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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old Mar 20th, 09, 08:12 PM Thread Starter
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Master Cylinder Reservoir Grommets

I'm going to swap reservoirs on a 92 Chevy Astro Van Master Cylinder. I am going to mount the MC tilted and plan to use a tilted MC Reservoir from a 1996 Caprice. I ordered a new reservoir and had hoped it would come with new grommets, but it did not.

I could probably reuse the ones from the Astro Reservoir, but they are approaching 20 years old so I would prefer to replace them it they are easy to find/get, and not too expensive.

Anyone know of any place that sells them, if so, where, and any idea how much?

Note: I think Grommets from a 94-03 S-10 PU would work.

Thanks, Joel
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Re: Master Cylinder Reservoir Grommets

Are you talking about a hard plastic tube looking gasket or some kinda rubber / felt gasket.

The hard plastic tube, I bought off ebay for like 6 dollars. I used it on a 69 aftermarket booster because it set off the firewall about 3 ". Then I used dum dum between the plastic and firewall.

Here is one on EBAY

http://motors.shop.ebay.com/items/?_...sket&_osacat=0

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Re: Master Cylinder Reservoir Grommets

Thanks for the reply/link, but that is not the part/s I am looking for.

The parts I am talking about are between the MC Reservoir and MC. They are all rubber and resemble the grommets that a valve cover breather goes into.
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