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    Default Brake fluid reservoir cap

    I've noticed a little brake fluid on the plastic reservoir. The level is not dropping noticeably so we think it is coming from the cap/seal.
    http://www.smays.com/wp-content/uplo...ervoir-cap.jpg
    Pretty sure this isn't the original reservoir and will go shopping for a new cap and/or seals. Welcome any advice from you veterans. I'll check the level daily and keep any fluid wiped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by psmays View Post
    I've noticed a little brake fluid on the plastic reservoir. The level is not dropping noticeably so we think it is coming from the cap/seal.
    http://www.smays.com/wp-content/uplo...ervoir-cap.jpg
    Pretty sure this isn't the original reservoir and will go shopping for a new cap and/or seals. Welcome any advice from you veterans. I'll check the level daily and keep any fluid wiped.
    OOO...brakes with a vacuum boost. I'm sure our hosts will have one in stock, or can point you in the right direction.
    1976 RHD Series 3
    1940 Piper J3F-50 Cub

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    The fine folks at Rovers North had just what I needed and it is on the way.

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