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rear wheel cylinders
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  This topic is about my 1972 MG Midget
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captcloud michael c
winneconne, USA   USA
Should they wiggle a bit after installing with new washers and spring clips? Had to have new washers made because i misplaced the original ones and then found the old ones but got some spring clips as one of the original ones was broke by the hole to extract and install with the proper tool i purchased.

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trevorwj Trevor Jessie
Louisville, KY, USA   USA
yes, they are designed to float a bit.



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PeterC Platinum Member Peter Caldwell
Madison Wisconsin, USA   USA
In reply to # 3608975 by trevorwj yes, they are designed to float a bit.

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