The clutch MC is aluminum and should not be pitted. I rebuilt mine on my TR250
years ago and it
worked fine. The cluch SC is another story. I had my resleeved in brass -- no
Had my Brake MC reseleeved in brass too.
Try these guys http://www.brakecylinder.com/
> Hi List,
> Since I have been through about everything else in the car except the
> clutch MC and slave cylinder and I am having a little more difficulty
> shifting the gearbox I am wondering about the experience of the list in
> rebuilding these components. When my brake MC started leaking I tried
> first to rebuild it with absolutely no success. Granted my MC was
> pitted below the tipping valve and I am sure that was causing my
> problem I still wonder if people have had success with rebuilding or if
> it is just throwing away good money on nothing. I realize that my
> shifting problem may not be related to the clutch MC and slave cylinder
> but a OD conversion is in the works in the not too distant future so I
> am not as concerned about that as a source of the problem. Also, it
> looks as though at least one of the seals in the MC is deteriorating
> since the fluid is cloudy and the level was down about a half inch.
> Your thoughts and advice ARE greatly appreciated.
> Aaron Cropley