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1992 M5R2 Slave Cylinder...

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crackdhead
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1992 M5R2 Slave Cylinder...

Post #1 by crackdhead » Sat Jan 09, 2016 2:42 pm

What is my best option here? I was going to get an exedy for $100 since Ive heard wagner went chinese... Are they all junk or is it just the ones with the plastic bodies? Or do the aluminum ones have plastic pistons or something? Ive had this one in for at least 3 years...

Im open to a wilwood or something similar in price to the stock one...

exedy: http://www.rockauto.com/catalog/raframe ... tnum=SC783

I wonder if i should have posted this in the Transmission section

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Re: 1992 M5R2 Slave Cylinder...

Post #2 by bubba22349 » Tue Jan 12, 2016 4:21 pm

:hmmm: that's a great question, but I haven't personally heard of any of the stock type new replacement units causing much trouble except when trying to bled them. Or of any regular Auto parts house brands being any better quality I did give up on their rebuilt units long ago going with new unless I had the time to rebuild them myself. :shock: I have had real good luck with those Lux brand clutches for stock truck light to medium duty use and even used several in some real big trucks too. You might get more responses to your question in the big six forum though. Good luck :nod:
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Re: 1992 M5R2 Slave Cylinder...

Post #3 by crackdhead » Tue Jan 12, 2016 10:41 pm

Well I guess I shouldnt nitpick its been in there for I think 5 years but looking back it seems to have started acting up a year or 2 ago and it does still work...

I went with the exedy seems to be good quality

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Re: 1992 M5R2 Slave Cylinder...

Post #4 by jjona5 » Tue Jul 26, 2016 1:13 pm

I bought a prebled set and it has worked great. Had an aluminum rod in the master but the rest seemed to be plastic.

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