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Brake fluid
  • cownd
  • Arizona, United States
Have a customer with this unit and needs new master cylinder we located a new one but woundering what type of brake fluid. This unit is probally 40 yeras old? not sure but think it may take DOT5? thanks
  • Posted 2 Apr 2016 12:54 AM
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  • kevin_t
  • Pennsylvania, United States
I doubt a 40 yr old unit will take [url removed] more than likely be just dot 3/[url removed] best bet it to find someone with a service manual to double check
  • Posted 2 Apr 2016 01:11 AM
  • cownd
  • Arizona, United States
unable to find a manual so this forum is the next best thing anyone else famiiar with these?
  • Posted 4 Apr 2016 11:51 PM
  • cownd
  • Arizona, United States
also looking for a part number for the brake slave cylinder
s/n 15-72059 any help is appreciated
  • Posted 5 Apr 2016 01:39 AM
  • bbforks
  • Pennsylvania, United States
On these older units sometimes I have to rebuild the existing parts using rebuild kits from Napa.

bbforks (at) Hotmail (dot) com
Customers love technology- until they have to pay to fix it!
  • Posted 5 Apr 2016 02:30 AM
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