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This happened 3 days into summer holiday,

Luckily just 10 minutes before hand I drove past 4x4 service in Valkenburg, Holland.

They stored my car until I could recover it back home 2 days later, only 40km's away.

Armed with a spare master & slave cylinder and a new fork. My car was back on the road 2 days later.

PITA, next time I will take the transfere box off.

Thanks to this forum, the job was made alot easier!!!!!!!!!!



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have you strengthed the ball socket on the replacement arm, if not it'll go again.

like this

There are so many jobs i wish i had done after i joined this forum! I did my clutch and release arm when i changed my engine which was before i knew this forum existed. Of course, the clutch kit i used was Britpart (what did i know at the time? - not a lot) and the arm is not reinforced! Everytime someone puts up that link, i remember that i'm just waiting for the clutch to break in one way or another! :rolleyes::P

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