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  1. Following on from my post Bleeding Brakes. I decided to have the Servo refurbished. A little information may be of help to other new owners. Apparently during production a sealed for life servo was provided that is crimped together. Mine looks to be crimped but if you look at the back joint between the two parts ( Facing the bulk head ) you will see circular cut outs. Past Parts indicate that this type of unit can be separated and refurbished. If you can not get the unit refurbished and will have to get an aftermarket version, best advise I had was from Revingtons. They sell an alternative Servo but recommend that you also combine this with the master cylinder they provide as the TRW shafts don't line up ? No connection with Revingtons but have found them very helpful in the past and as they have workshop facilities for TR's always consider their advice worthwhile. Steve also recommends TRshop in Chiswick for MC and Servo. Phil
  2. I'm considering fitting a remote brake servo and just wondering how to connect to the inlet manifold take off that's already being used by the crankcase breather system.
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