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  1. Thanks to everyone who has replied. This afternoon I rebuilt the old slave cylinder with a brand new Lockheed kit which I had. Will try and find time later this week to fit it and will let you know the result. Many thanks . Mike
  2. Hi Gareth, The old slave was quite corroded on the inside but I suppose I could try and get a rebuild kit and try it. The replacement cylinder did not come with a new pushrod. Have not tried pumping the pedal other than when bleeding it. The cylinder is mounted from the rear of the car into the bracket which is bolted to the engine side of the gearbox. What I do not understand is that it was working perfectly other than I could not bleed it to change the fluid.
  3. Hi Roger, Thanks for the prompt reply. My name is Mike. I am sure that I have fitted the bracket exactly as per the parts manuals as I did not move this when fitting the replacement slave cylinder. The bleed screw is at the 12 o'clock position. Push rod holes are good as is the hole in the clutch arm. It worked perfectly prior to fitting the replacement slave.
  4. I have a 1973 CR series car. I recently replaced the clutch slave cylinder as a previous owner had put a bolt into the bleed screw position rather than a bleed screw. Since fitting the replacement slave cylinder and bleeding it the clutch has to be depressed right to the floor to disengage the clutch. The slave cylinder bracket is on the engine side of the rear end plate, it is the original slave pushrod and appears to be moving the clutch arm far enough ( when someone depresses the pedal ). It worked perfectly before replacement of the slave cylinder which looks identical to the original and
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