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Late 80s MAN - Air hydraulic clutch master cylinder, or rebuild kit.

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1 month 4 weeks ago #250599 by V8Ian
Air hydraulic clutch master cylinder, or rebuild kit.

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1 month 3 weeks ago #250650 by V8Ian
Nobody got a hint where I can get a complete, or overhaul kit for the clutch master cylinder? 

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1 month 3 weeks ago #250652 by JOHN.K.
MAN ,the truck of costly spares...........pull it down and see what fits ...........maybe get it stainless sleeved .
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1 month 3 weeks ago #250653 by V8Ian
Thanks John, the seals seem to be the issue, rather than the bore.
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1 month 3 weeks ago #250655 by 180wannabe
I reckon Power Brakes in Adelaide should be able to sort it for you.  I believe they do a mail in/repair/mail out service in pretty good time, although i have only ever dropped off and picked up jobs that they have done for me, in person.

Brett.
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1 month 3 weeks ago #250670 by cobbadog
If your confident on the bore size take the seals to a brake n clutch shop. With bore size they should be able match the seals.

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1 month 3 weeks ago #250672 by Bluey60
If they are anything like a Volvo be prepared to tear your hair out bleeding it when you get it together can’t remember what we did that eventually got it bled I think in the end it was just good luck
Nobody could tell me what the correct process was so we pushed fluid in from the bottom and the top and the bottom and the top and the bottom and when I was about to get the petrol and a box of matches it decided it would work

Good luck
Bluey
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1 month 3 weeks ago #250674 by jon_d
Or at worst, it could be taken out and sleeved.
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1 month 3 weeks ago #250684 by JOHN.K.
A friend had one of the 1990s Volvos with a Cummins motor ......anyhoo,wouldnt go into gear ...........so I get onto Volvo .....Its likely the plastic piston in the clutch throwout .......lucky ,cause its a cheap part ...only $1100.!!!...........Ended up a $35,000 gearbox repair .....and I'M "fit a roadranger ",'fit a roadranger" ......the Volvo men ($300/hr) ...Nooo ,roadrangers are no good ,cant be fitted to Volvos !!!
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1 month 3 weeks ago #250685 by 180wannabe
Yep, Dad had a RoadRanger fitted to his G88 30 years ago, replacing the horrid 16 speed Volvo box.  A RoadRanger almost makes a Volvo half decent to drive.

Brett.
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