Brent Martin wrote:
> In message Wed, 29 Oct 1997 09:07:30 -0700,
> Peter Zaborski <email@example.com> writes:
> You have to know the bore size. They can not look it up for you. On a
> related note, their selection does NOT include any "tandem" brake master
> cylinders used on the late model Triumphs.
Carol et al,
I have my Truechoice catalog in front of me. They do have what looks to
be the clutch master cylinder used in my TR250's. I think the same is
used for the TR6... can somebody verify this?
It is the Girling model 70-200, and is available in bore sizes of .62",
.70" and .75".
I have a clutch M/C disassembled in the shop, I will measure it today
and post my results.
As to a slave cylinder, the slaves they show don't have the "ears"
oriented correctly. They do have something called a "Ford" slave
cylinder, but it only has one ear, not two.
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