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26 Re: brake pedal travel... on 28th October 2016, 8:47 pm

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Your only a true man in that weather if your doing that in your speedos Laughing


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27 Re: brake pedal travel... on 28th October 2016, 8:57 pm

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^^^ Hahaha
I'm not a real man then Laughing


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28 Re: brake pedal travel... on 29th October 2016, 11:25 am

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Would you say that's fucked? Laughing


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29 Re: brake pedal travel... on 29th October 2016, 12:18 pm

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it don't look healthy lol, they do corrode alot at rear where small amount of brake fluid leaks out over time plus moisture ingress . take it servo rod good order and moving as should.
Do we get a speedos shot of you modelling your flare nut wrench I love you
Hope it was raining or would of been too much of a comfort job :-D haha .

30 Re: brake pedal travel... on 29th October 2016, 2:11 pm

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@Mr B wrote:it don't look healthy lol, they do corrode alot at rear where small amount of brake fluid leaks out over time plus moisture ingress . take it servo rod good order and moving as should.
Do we get a speedos shot of you modelling your flare nut wrench I love you
Hope it was raining or would of been too much of a comfort job :-D haha .

Hahaha no pictures of me in speedos Laughing

The pin is all good. I swapped the servo a while back. God knows why I didn't swap the master cylinder at the same time.
Its all done now tho and bled. Brakes work perfect Smile

Wasnt raining but was cold lol


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31 Re: brake pedal travel... on 29th October 2016, 3:21 pm

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No pain no gain stu, and R is all about pain and passion ... Job jobbed .

32 Re: brake pedal travel... on 29th October 2016, 9:49 pm

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@Mr B wrote:No pain no gain stu, and R is all about pain and passion ... Job jobbed .
Very true mate. And let's face it. We all love the pain the R gives us or we wouldn't own one or two of them lol


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