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Old April 4th, 2017, 04:48 PM
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Default Clutch master cylinder??

I am not sure this is the correct place for the question/request.
If not, please point me to the correct one.
I started up my 401M powered RM-7500 school bus chassis (Motorhome), and discovered the clutch pedal went to the floor, and stayed there.
I had a similar occurrence many years ago, and I pulled the frame rail mounted master cylinder, honed it and found seals for it. Bleeding that system was real beast, with nearly 30 feet of tubing to the slave cylinder.
I don't know if it can be honed again, so I am wondering how I would beging looking for a new master cylinder, if needed.
If I am lucky, the problem might be the old slave cylinder.
Rod Johnson
Issaquah, WA

P.S. I had a new batch of the Custom Spacer Sleeve kits machined, for the Buick V-6 HEI distributor conversions.
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