[urq] Brake servo difference?
i.rautenberg at waratap.com
Sun Apr 23 17:13:12 EDT 2006
Yes, you imagine you can. I did so with the clutch master on my '83
in Steamboat 3? years ago IIRC. I ended up using the clutch master
from a 1990 Coupe quattro, but as you say, the plunger rod is unique
to the Urq. You will need a circlip remover and at the same time
putting pressure on the piston. Also, be careful (maybe want to do
this operation with a box on top) in case the whole assembly springs
into pieces -- I should know. I forget if I rebuilt mine using the
other pieces or whether I just switched the rods.
In any case, just make sure the fittings and locations for the brake
master are the same. I should imagine the brake master setup at the
plunger rod is not so far removed from the clutch master setup.
Best of luck.
On Apr 23, 2006, at 2:14 PM, mikedes156 at aol.com wrote:
> The Brake Servo on my 83 has been constantly leaking for the past six
> months, and I have to keep putting ATF in it every week. I couldn't
> find the appropriate rebuld kit , but I did manage to get a complete,
> tight unit removed from an 87ur in the UK. I figured my rainy one day
> off a week, today was a good day to tackle the job. (No you can't
> remove it without taking off the Master Cylinder, I tried.) OK, so I
> have the old unit off, but when I compare it to the replacement, the
> new Servo has the plunger shaft extending 80mm longer than the
> unit! Hmmmm, so should I swap the shafts, put the new one in with
> pedal that far up, or what? I'd think they would all be the same
> RHD uses a different length. I guess I won't get it finished today.
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