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Unread 01-11-2014, 04:08 PM   #1
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No fluid loss in m/c, no visible leaks.
Limited $ has me leaning toward m/c repair kit from RockAuto. Which is the best brand?

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No fluid loss in m/c, no visible leaks.
Limited $ has me leaning toward m/c repair kit from RockAuto. Which is the best brand?
IS Part # M7499
Clutch Master Cylinder Kit .700 [Wholesaler Closeout -- 30 Day Warranty] (Only 1 Remaining)

$13.64
UBP Part # CMK52010
Clutch Master Cylinder Kit [Wholesaler Closeout -- 30 Day Warranty] (Only 16 Remaining)

$15.51
WAGNER Part # MK110118 {#F110118} Clutch Master Cylinder Kit
Clutch Master Cylinder Kit 11/16"

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$16.51
WAGNER Part # WK103538 {#F103538} Clutch Slave Cylinder Kit
Clutch Slave Cyl Kit 13/16" [Wholesaler Closeout -- 30 Day Warranty]

$16.96
BENDIX Part # 22205
Clutch Master Cylinder Kit 17.8MM [Wholesaler Closeout -- 30 Day Warranty] (Only 3 Remaining)

$23.79
DORMAN Part # CMK351931 {Click Info Link for Alternate/OEM Part Numbers}
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Dorman or Wagner are typically good quality. Bendix shouldb e fine too. Realistically a clutch MC isn't a high failure rate item so you can't really go wrong. That said, if you've got no fluid leak why are you looking to rebuild it?
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