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Master brake cylinder

Randy

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I have Gerde A-110 master cylinders fit to the AcroSport. I planned on overhauling them at some point, well the point is here.
I find nothing available as an overhaul kit. I am sure I can find the "O" rings at McMaster. Is there any other part that should be replaced ?

I also have a set of Paramount cylinders that may have been made by Cleveland - not sure on this. Anyway, I purchased these at Oshkosh several years ago, they had "serviceable" tags on them. I am thinking I might be better off going with these but they are 1" longer than the Gerde's and not only require different mounting attachments but I would totally lose the "parallelogram" geometry of the rudder pedal / brake cylinder.

So, again, any advice is totally appreciated, Thank you.
 

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