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Old 06-17-2008, 04:36 PM   #1
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Are there any other cars that have the same slave cylinder as a miata ? We dont have any miata's at our salvage yards. Thanks!
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Dude, they are cheap. I paid 40$ year ago, and rebuild kits are even cheaper.
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I don't know about other cars with the same part... but installing a used unit is not a wise use of your time/effort.

At the very least you should spend the ~$10 on a rebuild kit...
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Im in kinda of a rush, And It would be much easier for me to just run to the salvage yard then wait on shipping. It will only be temp. But if I have to then I have no choice but to get a new one or a rebuild kit.
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Im in kinda of a rush, And It would be much easier for me to just run to the salvage yard then wait on shipping. It will only be temp. But if I have to then I have no choice but to get a new one or a rebuild kit.
Faster then going to NAPA/Advance Auto/whatever you americans use?

I doubt it.
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Just purchased one at the local Autozone for about $40, they also had rebuild kits for $10, both quick and easy
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Lol, It's a Miata they never have anything in stock for my car, its rediculous. But worth a try, Thanks!
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