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    Brake and Clutch Master Cylinder Cover Seals
    on: Mar 16, 2021, 08.05 pm
    Mar 16, 2021, 08.05 pm
    Looking for the part numbers for just the seals on the brake and clutch master cylinder covers.  Call me paranoid, but I had to replace these seals on a regular basis on my old Harley, so I am looking for some spares for my TTSE.  I've searched online and on here, but cannot find a part number for just the seals.  Online, I've come up with the seal only coming with the covers (same part number T2025803 for both), but they aren't available and they are a little pricey ($40 USD plus tax and shipping).  Any idea of where these seals can be found separately?

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    Re: Brake and Clutch Master Cylinder Cover Seals
    Reply #2 on: Mar 16, 2021, 08.50 pm
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    Those are clutch slave cylinders, good sir.  I'm looking for the cover seals for the brake and clutch master cylinders at the handlebars.
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    Re: Brake and Clutch Master Cylinder Cover Seals
    Reply #3 on: Mar 16, 2021, 09.12 pm
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    Nevermind - found them both.  Had to look on a different site.

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    Re: Brake and Clutch Master Cylinder Cover Seals
    Reply #4 on: Mar 16, 2021, 11.43 pm
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    Paranoid you are friend. :156:  I don't know of anyone that has ever posted on the forum about having to replace those.  But if someone needs them in the future I bet we know who to contact! :745:  Just kidding since it seems I must be the go to guy for brake and shifter pivot bolts! :745:
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    Re: Brake and Clutch Master Cylinder Cover Seals
    Reply #5 on: Mar 16, 2021, 11.54 pm
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    *Originally Posted by trophied [+]
    But if someone needs them in the future I bet we know who to contact! :745:  Just kidding since it seems I must be the go to guy for brake and shifter pivot bolts! :745:

    It's a good idea to keep spares on hand.  (Remember, I'm used to working on old stuff all the time.)  Oh, and I ordered some of my own replacement pivot bolts as well so I can get yours back to you.   :152:
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    Re: Brake and Clutch Master Cylinder Cover Seals
    Reply #6 on: Mar 17, 2021, 12.08 am
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    *Originally Posted by Yaga1973 [+]
    Those are clutch slave cylinders, good sir.  I'm looking for the cover seals for the brake and clutch master cylinders at the handlebars.

    Yes, I see that it was this one in the photo ...


    Anyway, the link that I put before, it would not hurt to go picking up that spare kit, since it is being difficult to find some spare parts for the Trophy, that kit costs little money and fails leaving the motorcycle idle. since once it failed and I had to notify the crane, luckily it caught me about 35 km from home and when I got home I changed that kit ...

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    Re: Brake and Clutch Master Cylinder Cover Seals
    Reply #7 on: Mar 17, 2021, 02.17 am
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    I'm with you, Digital. Spares, especially items I consider consumables, are good to have on hand.
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