[Healeys] Brake & clutch master Cyl.
richchrysler at quickclic.net
Tue Dec 25 09:13:07 MST 2007
How fortunate you and I are currently assembling similar cars. That leaves
these little details still fresh in my mind. I just assembled this stuff
about 3 weeks ago.
The brake master cylinder is the larger of the two, being a 7/8" bore for
use with the servo system. It has the adjustable pushrod with the much
larger and thicker clevis. Both brake and clutch master cylinders will use
the split shims between the mounting flange and the bulkhead mount
positions. Be mindful of any wear in the thinner clutch master pushrod
clevis holes. They may need to be welded up and redrilled for the 5/16"
clevis pins. Of course the pins can also wear badly.
----- Original Message -----
From: <Warthodson at aol.com>
To: <healeys at autox.team.net>
Sent: Tuesday, December 25, 2007 8:45 AM
Subject: [Healeys] Brake & clutch master Cyl.
>I continue to be amazed by how many things I failed to take adequate photos
> of when I disassembled the car some 25 years ago in preparation for a
> My BJ8 Phase 1 had some packing shims behind either the brake or the
> master cylinder, but I don't know which. The parts book shows them as
> available for both. Also, one of my master cylinders had a fixed length
> pushrod &
> one has an adjustable length pushrod. My guess is the adjustable pushrod
> for the clutch & the shims went with the brake master cylinder. Can anyone
> point me in the right direction?
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