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Old 05-11-2016, 11:46 PM
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Question any reason to keep old master cylinder?

heading to scrap re-cycler tomorrow...

should i toss my original MC in the mix or is there any demand for them to rebuild? or, guess i should check -- aftermarket core charge for a new one?

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If it isn't rusted/pitted or otherwise in need of significant repair, I'd leave it on the shelf a few years. You're only going to get a penny or two for it as scrap.
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