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Old 12-18-2006, 09:12 AM
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1960 Clutch Master Cylinder Rebuild???

My master clutch has gone bad. Can they be rebuilt with a kit? And if so, is there some place special to buy the kit? Thank you
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Yes, they can be rebuilt with a kit. You should be able to get the kit most anywhere. I'd try NAPA first. Either that or look in the yellow pages for Brake & Clutch.

The kits are pretty basic. Its a quick and easy rebuild

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The NAPA # for the kit is 211 it should be $13.49
For a new master # 25517 $92.49
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The problem is that if the seals go, that's probably because the bore is pitted. And you can't hone away deep pits. So, check the bore before wasting money on a rebuild kit.
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I was lucky on my 57, just needed a clean up with a hone and the kit. There wasn`t any bad rust or pits as the cups gave out from age and use.
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Clutch slave/master cylinder repair kits 1957-1960 F100-F350

1957/59: B7C-7560-A Clutch slave cylinder repair kit.

1960/62: C3TZ-7560-B Clutch slave cylinder repair kit.

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1957/1960: B7C-7578-A Clutch master cylinder repair kit.
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