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Ineedabrew

84 Honda TRX200 front wheel cylinder

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Hello everybody, I am looking for a source for front brake wheel cylinders. Mine are shot. Are there any aftermarket manufacturers out there? Thanks ahead of time

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I've looked all over eBay and Amazon. I can find master cylinder stuff but no wheel cylinders. Parts diagrams say unavailable. 

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You  might  be able to  find some  rubber  cups  the right size  in automobile parts   and  just hone  / clean  up  your  old  cylinders rather than try replacing them  with  new .  Here  is an  ad  on Amazon.com for rebuild kits  for your cylinders .. Pricey at  $39.95  a side  though .

https://www.amazon.com/Front-Wheel-Cylinder-Repair-OCP-06-502/dp/B00Z70L2LY

There  are also  other advertisers on the  Amazon.ca  site  listing them , but at US  prices  and of  course  insane  shipping  charges  from the  US.   If  you're in Canada ,  get  a  friend  inthe  US  to  order them  for  you  and they get  free shipping .  Shouldn't  cost a bundle  for them to parcel  post   on to  you;  or if you  can   do  down  for a visit  and pick them  up there .

 

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Thanks for help y'all. I've actually gotten one cylinder piston out. I think I can salvage this one. Letting the other one soak a while. Those spring retainers are a PIA! Ouch pricey. 

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23 hours ago, Ineedabrew said:

Thanks for help y'all. I've actually gotten one cylinder piston out. I think I can salvage this one. Letting the other one soak a while. Those spring retainers are a PIA! Ouch pricey. 

That's good news 👍

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