[Healeys] Brake/Clutch Reservoir inside washer?
dan at warner-associates.com
Thu Jun 17 13:37:29 MDT 2010
The brake/clutch reservoir rubber washer does not deteriorate if you use
silicone - ha ha....
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On Behalf Of Mr. Finespanner
Sent: Tuesday, June 15, 2010 9:42 PM
To: tjmorrio at colby.edu
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Subject: [Healeys] Brake/Clutch Reservoir inside washer?
There is a thin rubbery washer underneath the clutch reservoir cylinder, and
as you can see it does deteriorate. I always replace it with a copper
which holds up much better. The concours judges will never see it.
Doug Reid, 18G Motorworks
>Date: Mon, 14 Jun 2010 21:55:54 -0400
>From: Thomas Morrione <tjmorrio at colby.edu>
>Subject: [Healeys] Brake/Clutch Reservoir inside washer?
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>I9m rebuilding my BJ8 clutch/brake reservoir and see there9s an aluminum
>washer on the outside of the can for the clutch and brake line nipples. But
>on disassembly I found a black substance inside the can between the clutch
>(small) cylinder reservoir bottom and the can inside bottom. It looks like
>very thin washer of some sort perhaps butyl or neoprene. I9ve looked in
>the archives and see no mention of it and Moss doesn9t list the part.
>Helpful listers I9ve asked have suggested making one which I can do but
>my question is - is it supposed to be there or is this likely just residue
>from some sealant? (if it is what9s best to use?) There9s no washer inside
>the can for the brake line.
>BJ8 65 in process
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