I ahd a '67 Chevelle with leaking cylinders....could not find a rebuild kit and if you look, the cylinders are "sealed" you would have to cut them open. Pull a cylinder and go the the bone yard. Many cylinders were used on GM's.
I had a set that leaked. I took them to a hydraulics place and the guy put in some new seals and only charged me like $5 and they worked great after that. I think the only thing you can do is put new seals in where the lines go into them. They are a sealed unit that would have to be cut open.
Jeff H - 93 Indy 500 Pace Car(supercharged) & driven daily, Hugger Orange 69 Z28 with JL8 brakes, cross-ram & GM fiberglass hood, TI setup, heater and radio delete, being restored
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