If it's any consolation, I recall that the brake M/C reservoir uses
the same cap as the clutch in the single-circuit brake systems.
Let us know how it goes!
> From: "Jeff McNeal" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Date: Fri, 28 Apr 2000 14:57:18 -0700
> I'd still like to give it a whirl -- just sent you an e-mail off-list with
> my mailing address. Thanks!
> > "Power British Performance Parts, Inc." wrote:
> > > Jeff,
> > >
> > > E-types use exactly the level sensor you want - AND the cap is the same
> > > thread to fit a Girling master. Unfortunately, the actual senor is
>enclosed in a
> > > cylindrical alum. housing that makes it too tall to fit down on top of
>the TR master
> > > (Jag uses a plastic reservoir that is deeper to accomodate the
> > > me off list as I've probably got a few bad ones laying around - I'll send
>one to you
> > > and you can try to remove the alum. cylinder to see if it can be made
>shorter to fit
> > > the TR/Girling master - if you can make it fit, then just get a new one
>and repeat the
> > > modifications!
> > >
> > > Regards,
> > >
> > > Brian Schlorff '61 TR-4 '64 TR-4 '72 TR-6 '79 Spit
> > Jeff,
> > Ooops - I spaced earlier - the Jag level sensor is the same size as the
>clutch cap, not
> > the brake master. Offer still stands if you want a broken one as a freebie
>to play with.