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Author Topic: Montecarlo clutch master cylinder - info  (Read 2157 times)
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david.goodwin
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« on: 06 January, 2020, 05:30:19 PM »

I am sure this is old news for most Monte owners but I have just fitted a new clutch master cylinder using one for the Fiat X/19 or 1500 which is identical to the original. It was fitted to a number of cars I think. I ordered it as a BCM101 Borg & Beck cylinder - 27 from Carpartsinmotion on a well known auction site, but that part number or 4337695 will bring it up on many sites.

Parts are getting hard to find and expensive so I thought this worth sharing.

Its only the third one I have needed and I have had the car 38 years, so can't complain. Smiley
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A1.6HPE
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« Reply #1 on: 14 October, 2020, 10:37:39 AM »

Hello David,
I recently replace both clutch and brake master cylinders on my S2.   Got them easily from Eurosport UK who cater for Montecarlo/Scorpion and FIAT X1-9. 

https://www.eurosport-uk.net

Leo
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