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Old 6th August 2017, 12:16 AM   #21
Eric Martin
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Re: 016 Slave Cylinder Adapter

The fitting that screws into the slave cylinder should seal on the tapered seat at the bottom of the hole. Check for anything in there that might be making a leak. They do make small, soft, cone shaped washers to put in there that will create a seal. If you are using a fitting that seals on the flat surface on the outside there should be a soft copper crush washer there to make the seal. Make sure that the flat surface of the cylinder doesn't have any nicks to make a leak.
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