Need the VINGkase - 3/28/2005 4:18 PM
If anyone happens to be near a parts catalog (I have never been able to make my parts CDs work on my computer) could you shoot me the part number for the master brake cylinder of a 1980 230G (NOT 230GE)
Two are listed. One sells for about â‚¬150 and the other for over â‚¬200. I don't know the difference.Gkase - 3/28/2005 6:01 PM
Ah...my VIN is 46021017001306
i will look thru my folder, at the house, tonight and get you the part number i used.Gkase - 3/28/2005 10:24 PM
what's that part number?
the amount of force applied to the brake fluid in the master cylinder is the determining factor. If the master cylinder has a bigger piston and cylinder, than the current cylinder you have, than you will be creating more force which will definitely help.warren t - 3/28/2005 9:51 PM
has enyone determined volume to rear brakes
when using master cyl. from 463 or 123 chassis
There is surely a difference between these
models and the 460 drums.
George, I inadvertently edited your original message. Sorry.Gkase - 3/29/2005 3:46 PM
looks like your tip on the W123 will be the treatment of choice...I just asked what the price is on a stock master cylinder and was quoted $588 USD!!! Unbelievable!
The rebuild kit sells in Europe for â‚¬88-- or about US$120 at today's exchange rate.Gkase - 3/29/2005 5:53 PM
the price was from Europa...and the rebuild kit is $180! I was stunned. So, I guess I am very interested in what alternatives others might suggest that are a bit more reasonable as well as fairly easy...