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Re: Update on clutch
Dan Simoes wrote:
> > C'mon Dan, You must be careful what you say, the audi gods are always
> > listening. What you meant was the car is one of the finest that you have
> > had towed. Why put the wear and tear on such a fine automobile.
> > :-)
> Nope, it's a piece of $%^& alright. What are you kidding, of course
> I'm the prime target of their wrath - if it wasn't for the list we'd
> all be towing our cars! :)
> | Dan |
Let me know if you ever want to give it away. I could use that new motor
in my '85 4KSQ.:-). As an aside. I had to rebuild the Clutch Master
Cylinder in my '85. I talked to a couple of audi guys about it, and they
said that the slaves rarely if ever go bad. That it is the M/C that
craps out. Bleeding it on the other hand s--ks. I used a cheap one man
bleeder that has a hose and check valve, put it in a jar of brake fluid,
and pumped the s--t out of the pedal by hand. just make sure that you
watch the level in the reservoir. If you are interested in a bentley
manual for you 4KSQ i will let you have it for about 1/2 price. I'll
even throw in an IPC parts catalog with price list.
Let me know. I'll be back on this evening.
1995 LHS ( wish it were an AUDI)
1985 4000SQ ( for sale soon) (maybe)