No frills. It fit the bike, it included all needed parts and solved the problem.
All Balls Master Cylinder Rebuild Kit
- 12 Reviews
- 2 Questions
The All Balls Brake Master Cylinder Re-build Kit contains all of the components required to re-furbish one master cylinder.
- Sold as a complete kit by position.
- Note: Kit contents will vary by fitment and are subject to change.
Ordered the moose kit but we're out of stock. A representative from motorsport actually took the time to call me and offer a different brand. Great customer/rider support
Works great, if you have the non external resevoir master cylinder its a good idea to keep an extra kit around.
Used this to rebuild my 96 em 250 rear master cylinder. I changed it while riding in the truck to a job site, just brought the master cylinder with me. Cheap and it works!
If a reseal is all you need than this kit comes with more then enough parts
high quality easy to install.
I bought this for my 2006 RMZ 250 and when I opened the package it didnt come with a piston and I figured that when it said comes with master cylinder I thought it meant the piston two and it didnt. If they arent going to include the piston at least leave a note cause I would not have spent the 16$ on it. Also it says it has everything to rebuild the master cylinder (it doesnt they lie) I am going to most likely call tomorrow and see whats up because this isnt what I spent my hard earned cash on.
Kit was just as pictured and all parts were identical to the factory parts I was replacing.
The kit contains everything you need to rebuild a master cylinder. There are no instructions, so if you are not confident with your abilities, have a professional do the job. After installing the kit and fresh brake fluid, you should have that "like new" feeling again.
Complete kit, fits well performs fine
Everything looked great when received, but one of the seals got a rip in it pretty easily when putting on the piston of the rear cylinder. I wasn't impressed with the quality, and had to order a different kit. I would recommend spending a little more to get the "higher quality" kit if you can afford it.