Interestingly enough, I have been battling my own clutch hydraulics problems
and decided that the remaining troubles are hydraulics
So I disassembled an old clutch master that I had as a spare in hopes of
rebuilding it. Much to my surprise, the spring in that one
I didn't think that this was all that common, but I guess it is more common
that I thought.
Luckily, I have a Spit MK1 brake master cylinder that is identical to the
clutch except for the size of the reservoir. The spring is
good in that one!
Mike Barron wrote:
> Thanks, folks for the replies. Randall, I like your possibility of the
> broken spring in the master the best, but really, when has anything ever
> been that easy. If it ain't Hydraulics, it probably won't get fixed very
> soon, as I am between jobs right now. So, keep an eye out for my post
> offering to sell the babies if things get to skinny around here.
> Mike Barron
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