Brake Servo T2 Bay 1971–1979 & Brazilian Bay

£126.50
In stock

Brake Servo T2 Bay 1971–1979 & Brazilian Bay

Part Number
J18100
OEM Part Number
211-612-103/G
Rating:
90 % of 100
In stock
£126.50

The mounting studs have a different spacing requiring the servo mount on the axle to be re-drilled. On early models the centre bore hole on the plate will require enlarging and modifying. We recommend this job is carried out by a professional mechanic / fabricator.

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Good quality reproduction product. Brake servo. Fits T2 Bays from 1967 to 1979 and Brazilian made Bays. Please Note: Not supplied with a brake master cylinder.

The mounting studs have a different spacing requiring the servo mount on the axle to be re-drilled. On early models the centre bore hole on the plate will require enlarging and modifying. We recommend this job is carried out by a professional mechanic / fabricator.

More Information
Country of Manufacture Taiwan
EAN/UPC 5710412600181
Width (CM - Packed) 25
Height (CM - Packed) 22.5
Depth (CM - Packed) 26
OEM Part Number 211-612-103/G
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Customer Reviews
  1. 3 years in use still perfect
    Overall
    100%
    I have bought this servo for my 78 late bay in 2013. Installing this item was not "plug and play" but solved under an hour.
    Working great since then.

    Review by Csaba

    Posted on

  2. Fitting servo to 78 bay
    Overall
    80%
    Fitted this servo with no drama. No welding either. Basically the mounting studs are wider than standard. They sit just shy to the edge of the mounting plate. All I did was get the van well up in the air remove old servo. Present new one mark where studs sit. File our half moon shapes out od edge of plate in correct place marked.studs sit in and servo flush to plate. I put large washers on and then nuts which clamp it tight. Done in one hour total. It is a bit restricted getting to plate just used a small grinder then file to cut out for studs. I now have great brakes and saved £200. Thanks

    Review by Barry

    Posted on

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