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 Posted: Mar 10, 2019 12:07PM
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These spammer posts happen all on the same day with a new (same day too ) login. They include a variety of click-bait type links.  When I see a cluster of them I point them out for the moderators to purge and kill the login, and also provides a caution for those who might be tempted to click.  This particular one posted in 14 different threads. 

I don't know where the links would take you, but I'm not chancing it.

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 Posted: Mar 9, 2019 08:34PM
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Need a flag post button for it Dan.

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"alicetaylor" is a spammer .  is a spammer.

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 Posted: Mar 8, 2019 08:02PM
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I would like to thank you for the efforts you have made in writing this article.I would like to thank you for the efforts you have made in writing this article.

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 Posted: Mar 6, 2019 12:53PM
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Yep, looking like I may need to do that as I don't see this part anywhere.  Hoping the epoxy doesn't react with the brake fluid as the repair will be immersed in it. 

I am seeing some of the cup seal style I'm looking for on eBay, will see if those pan out.

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Touch of JB weld or Epoxy on the crack?

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Pic upload working today

The cup seal on the left is the worn out one, the one on the right is the new one that came with the rebuild kit.

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All,

I'm rebuilding the master cylinder on my '68 MCS, I have a couple of questions regarding the 'Cup' type seal that came in the kit.  The new cup seal is a slightly different design to what is currently in the M/C.

I installed the current seal about 15 years ago, this one has a bump in the inside to keep the cup centred on the spring.  Also there is a plastic part on the end of the spring that the bump in the cup fits into. This plastic part has cracked, of course the rebuild kits don't include this part.  I’m concerned the spring and/or cup seal will have extra lateral movement with the new design, maybe scratching the bore.  Has anyone run into this?

Tried uploading some pics but the upload doesn't finish, even with small pics.

Cheers,

Simon

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