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Thread: Remote brake / clutch reserviors

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    Remote brake / clutch reserviors

    Now that CNC is out of business, what are you guys using these days?

    I have a double and am going to a hydraulic clutch, so I need a triple. I can't find anyone that has one in stock.

    Here are a couple that I have seen.
    OTB - They look nice, but a little hot rod-ish to me. And pricey. OTB.jpg
    https://www.summitracing.com/parts/o...saAo0UEALw_wcB

    Jamar - looks a bit like CNC. I don't really like the modern style logo that much. JAM-JRR-1300.jpg


    http://www.jamarparts.com/jamar-remo...nd-clutch.html

    Any other ideas? Or opinions on these?

    I might look for a place to add a different single reservoir. (And I can't change my misspelling in the title - OOPS!)
    Last edited by Avalanche325; 05-09-2019 at 04:13 PM.

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    There's Kugel Komponents 5553 triple reservoir. I have one I will sell, bought it hoping to use it but didn't in the end. They are $180 US plus shipping, make me an offer if interested.
    Gen 1 '33 Hot Rod #1104
    347 with Holley Sniper & Hyperspark, TKO600, hydraulic clutch, IRS, Foose 18" Wheels, 245 & 315 BF Goodrich G-Force Rival S tires, DRL, power windows, roadster & hard top, Digital Guard Dog Ignition

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    I've used the Tilton 3-chamber and will use it in this build as well. It's plastic, rather utilitarian, certainly not flashy.
    Jim

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    Not too pricey for a triple, just not much capacity. https://www.scottshotrods.com/remote-reservoirs/
    Last edited by Greg K; 05-09-2019 at 07:47 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim1855 View Post
    I've used the Tilton 3-chamber and will use it in this build as well. It's plastic, rather utilitarian, certainly not flashy.
    Jim
    Ditto On The Tilton 3-Chamber
    Three separate reservoir levels, one 9.8 oz., one 6.3 oz. and one 4.0 oz. capacities.
    Front brakes on the largest, rear on the next and clutch on the smallest.

    https://www.summitracing.com/parts/til-72-576

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    How about the vintage Girlings?

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    Acton Custom

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    Acton_Reservoirs.png

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulProe View Post
    Acton Custom

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    Acton_Reservoirs.png
    You guys really want to spend my money. I do like the look, but $330 for 3 PVC glue cans?

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    I ended up going with the Girling style reservoirs. I really like the classic look. Moss Motors has them, made by Classic Gold, which makes quality products. If you need better wiper arms, I recommend Classic Gold.

    I got three of them and three brackets for around $230.00. They are on sale right now. These have the decal on them. They also have a diaphragm in the cap to keep air out and fluid in. Apparently the fitting is AN compatible.

    Thanks for the help.

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