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SHOPPING GUIDE, 2018
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BRAKES
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REPLICA MASTER CYLINDER, TR3, TR3A, TR3B WITH
GIRLING HYDRAULICS
The original Girling master cylinder has been discontinued, and the one TRW
is supplying as a replacement does not have the correct push rod.  Therefore, TRF is
supplying an aftermarket unit which appears to work very well.
Part No.
Description
No.Off List Price
Sale Price
Master Cylinder Assembly,
clutch or
2
45.95
brakes, TR3, TR3A, TR3B, 1958-63
TRW BRAKE AND CLUTCH MASTER CYLINDERS,
TR4, TR4A, TR250, TR6
“High-Quality Products Remain Available for Our Cars”
We at TRF mourned the takeover of Lucas Girling some years ago by TRW, and
for some time, our fears were justified.  When a supplier of British car parts is taken
over by a multi-national conglomerate, the usual result is that all of the British car
parts are discontinued, and that is pretty much what happened over the first couple
of years.  During that time, all manner of aftermarket hydraulic components
cluttered the market, some viable and some clearly not.  Over the past couple of
years, however, TRW has reinstated the availability of various master cylinders,
slave cylinders, and wheel cylinders for popular Triumph applications.  The new
products are branded as TRW rather than Girling, but generally, they have a similar
appearance with updates.  TRF is thankful to have continuing availability of TRW
for our customers and for ourselves.
Part No.
Description
No.Off  List Price  Sale Price
BRAKE MASTER CYLINDERS
Brake Master Cylinder,
TR4 up to
1
264.95
comm. no. CT5855, 0.75-inch bore
Brake Master Cylinder,
later TR4,
1
103.95
TR4A, 0.70-inch bore
Brake Master Cylinder,
TR250, TR6
1
160.95
CLUTCH MASTER CYLINDERS
Clutch Master Cylinder,
0.75-inch
1
84.95
bore, TR250, early TR6
Clutch Master Cylinder,
0.70-inch
1
84.95
bore, later TR6
Helen Cumberland tries her luck at the toilet-paper toss at the "midway"
during Summer Pa rty 2016.










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