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slave is out and on my desk, which one is it? update or no?

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Old 12-15-2004, 01:16 AM   #1
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Default slave is out and on my desk, which one is it? update or no?

how do i tell if it's updated or not??

there doesnt seem to be a part number on it, only some wierd markings and the number 13. there is also what looks like a production date marking but im not sure. its 2 circles, one inside the other, between the circles is a bunch of dots, and in the center is the number 01. maby it is a 01 slave? maby not? i thought i remember seeing a rubber sleeve over the spring on the new slave when we bought it.

my mom picked it up from a clutch shop, so i dont know if its updated or not.

is there any visual difference between the two??

here's a picture i took with the camera on my phone lol hope it helps
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Easiest way to tell is by checking the size of the bleed valve. If it is 7/16", you have the updated slave. If it is 8mm, then you have the old version.
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thats just the kind of info i was looking for!! well i had been using an 11mm to bleed the sucker so i guess it's a 7/16" bleed valve.

can anyone else confirm this? i want to make DAMN sure i dont put an old style one back in, i've got enough problems and dont need that one!
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ttt for me, can anyone else confirm what nobr8kss said???
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What NOBR8KSS said is correct.
But depending on how much abuse you put on it , You might should go ahead and replace it.
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it's only been in there for about 12k miles
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My '01 slave has the part # printed on the back side it, opposite side the T/O bearing is located. Can you make out any #'s all?
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