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Old 02-05-2018, 02:27 AM
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Does anyone know what the commonly fitted clutch master cylinder wouldve been out of that would've been fitted to a mid 90's DRB ?
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Probably a standard trailer type 5/8" master I am guessing.

Think that's where I started in my G Force
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Thanks for the reply,

I'll just have to pull it out 1st and then try and identify it I guess,

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Cranky Mechanic — Car repair in Kirrawee, NSW

Call this guy, possibly would have the answer for you.

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Thanks for that, I'll give them a call on Monday..
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If it's out of the car .. pull it apart and measure the bore... DRB. Most likely a holden unit.
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No it's not out yet,

I was hoping to get a clear indication of what it may have been out of ( I'm thinking something Holden too) and just buying one so as when I pulled the old one out I'd just put the new one back in,

I'll ring the guy in the link above on Monday to see if he knows, otherwise I'll just have to have it identified after I remove it..
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Cranky Mechanic — Car repair in Kirrawee, NSW

Call this guy, possibly would have the answer for you.

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I just rang this guy, his contact details have changed but I managed to get his mobile number,

He couldn't recall what the master was out of but he did have an identical car to mine there and checked it for me,

It's a PBR unit so should be easily identified once I pull it out..

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If its PBR I'm still going the simple trailer master option.

Looking up my parts list I used a Protex P4979 - 5/8", a Bursons sourced part.
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