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Old October 23rd, 2012, 05:07 PM   #1
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06 accord slave cylinder cvd

I dont know if anyone is interested in this but I am willing to do this for people. If they want it done I would just like $20 and for you to pay shipping both ways. Just throwing this out there if anyone is interested. You can pay me through paypal if you like. I can show you picture of the one I did myself. I would have to email it to you. The slave cylinder will not be hacked up. It will look stock.
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Old October 23rd, 2012, 06:24 PM   #2
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Could even work an advance exchange option. i send you one with check valve delete option done on it for $90. I ship you the one I have and when you swap it with yours and then send me the one out of your car and when I receive it I will refund you the whole amount minus the $20 and shipping charges that I paid to ship you the advance exchange to you.
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Old October 24th, 2012, 05:40 AM   #3
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I could also purchase a new one and do the new one for you too. Many options we have. Just let me know what you would like to do.
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Old November 1st, 2012, 01:50 PM   #4
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Honestly, I did this to one in less than 5 min...gl with this :P
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Old November 1st, 2012, 01:54 PM   #5
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Honestly, I did this to one in less than 5 min...gl with this :P
I've seen a lot of hacked up slave cylinders and read many posts where people say it took them forever to do it. You must either be very dexterous or lucky lol
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Old November 1st, 2012, 01:58 PM   #6
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Took me 10 it's not that hard if u have the right tools.
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Old November 1st, 2012, 02:04 PM   #7
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Well I thought it was gonna be all hard from reading posts, but when I actually started doing it, it took like no time to get the lock ring out. I just used a basic mini flat head screwdriver and wedged the ring out... maybe some batches had harder lock rings???
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Old November 1st, 2012, 03:18 PM   #8
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Mine was a pain in the ass. the ring kept moving. I had to get help to get it out. If you want to do it for free more power to you. I do this at work so I take time out of my lunch and take time to go to ups to ship. So I figured 20 bucks is a deal I was even going to do work for people if they wanted new ones. I would buy the new ones and do it. or even do advance exchanged. I could send them one and they could put it in their car and send me there old one.
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Well I thought it was gonna be all hard from reading posts, but when I actually started doing it, it took like no time to get the lock ring out. I just used a basic mini flat head screwdriver and wedged the ring out... maybe some batches had harder lock rings???
I think it depends on how long it has been on the car. All that dirt and grime get in there. I purchased a new one, and used 2 push pins to get the ring out. It took only about 15 minutes. My original one had 65 k on it, and it was much more difficult. I dremeled a small notch around the edge, so that I could get a pin under it to get it out
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^ fantastic point
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Old November 2nd, 2012, 01:26 PM   #11
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Mine had 78k. I just sprayed some penetrating oil on it let it sit than sprayed it all off with an air hose. Than took three clip out with a little help holding it in place. Than it came right out.
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Old November 2nd, 2012, 03:08 PM   #13
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Its ok. If anyone has any knowledge of working on cars they can do it. I just thought I would help out with those that dont. It is actually pretty easy if you have the right tools and some help if needed. but if you use penetrating oil and let it sit and then spray it off it is pretty clean and you can see the whole clip. Atleast I could when I did it.
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I just dont want to see people do what other people did and grind off the whole top and then weld it back on. I mean come on. lol. just looks like ****.
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I've seen a lot of hacked up slave cylinders and read many posts where people say it took them forever to do it. You must either be very dexterous or lucky lol
yea did this yesterday...def a pita. No cutting though, just wedging and fiddling, which sounds kinda dirty.

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Took me 10 it's not that hard if u have the right tools.
Such as? We used a hook/pick set to remove the lock ring


and then surprisingly used a pair of side-cutters to grip and remove the cap. Then we drilled a screw into the valve and pulled it out like a wine cork, which my friend thought of and was completely brilliant.

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I think it depends on how long it has been on the car. All that dirt and grime get in there. I purchased a new one, and used 2 push pins to get the ring out. It took only about 15 minutes. My original one had 65 k on it, and it was much more difficult. I dremeled a small notch around the edge, so that I could get a pin under it to get it out
fo sheezy hit it with some brake parts cleaner

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I just dont want to see people do what other people did and grind off the whole top and then weld it back on. I mean come on. lol. just looks like ****.
that's funny- i like the big glom of jb weld on the end because i think it gives character; my mechanic was like, 'naw dude don't do that it will look so ugly' lol. So he convinced me the cap and ring will hold just fine haha
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Old December 17th, 2012, 04:47 PM   #16
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bump for bozo. I had him buy a new slave cylinder, do the cvd and ship it. Great job and he did it in a timely manner. The slave cylinder is great and isn't hacked up/welded like some of these slave cylinders. Great mod for those who don't have the dexterity/ aren't willing to take the chance of hacking their slave cylinder.

Thanks Bozossi/Brian!
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Old December 17th, 2012, 05:18 PM   #17
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No problem. Thanks for trusting in me.
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