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TR2, TR3 GLOVE BOX COMPANION
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BRAKES
BRAKE COMPONENTS—HYDRAULIC FLUIDS, BRAKE
BLEEDING, TR2, TR3
Castrol Brake Fluid is the closest currently available fluid to the Lockheed and
Castrol Girling fluids of the past, and this is the fluid recommended by most
manufacturers of hydraulic components.  In fact, TRW hydraulic cylinders come with a
warning that warranties are voided if silicone fluid is used.  Like the fluids of the past,
such as Castrol Girling Crimson and Castrol LMA, the current Castrol fluid is a very
efficient paint remover, and many enthusiasts do not like it for this reason.  An
accidental spill, leak, or drip, can ruin a paint job.  The alternative preferred by many
enthusiasts is the silicone fluid.  This fluid has good lubrication properties, low
moisture absorption, and many enthusiasts have been using it exclusively for years.  It
is your choice, but make it realizing the pros and cons of either one.
Part No.
Description
No.Off
List Price Your Price
HYDRAULIC FLUIDS
Castrol Brake Fluid,
DOT4, 12 oz.
A/R
7.95
container
Blue Magic Silicone Brake Fluid;
A/R
31.95
please read above, DOT5, 32 oz.
container
BRAKE BLEEDING AIDS
Bottle Assembly,
for bleeding brake
A/R
29.95
and clutch hydraulic systems;
includes lanyard cable for
anchoring the bottle
Bottle Assembly,
similar to previous,
A/R
32.95
but includes check valve in cap to
allow bleeding by one person; also
includes magnet on side for anchoring
bottle
Back of RFN1426 Bleeder
Bottle showing magnet

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