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    Having solved all the issues with the Slave and piping I'm now trying to dismantle the M/Cyl. I suspect that the piston is being retained by a roll pin hidden behind the fluid entry port.(I have removed the circlip and washer etc) Advise needed on how to remove the pin, assuming this is the reason the piston wont come out.
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    Think the pin is removed with a tight drill bit, just so it grabs, similar to an Ezy-Out
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    Quote Originally Posted by driven View Post
    Think the pin is removed with a tight drill bit, just so it grabs, similar to an Ezy-Out
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    https://www.bunnings.com.au/sutton-t...w-set_p6360087
    A pin punch is normally the recommended tool. To remove a rollpin

    SCA Punch Set - Pin, 6 Piece - Supercheap Auto
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    Just screw an appropriate sized screw - plasterboard or wood are the best with a pointy and tapered tip - into the hollow of the roll pin
    and lever out with a claw hammer.
    If you look carefully, some roll pins have a small lateral hole near the end.
    In this case a suitable scribe can be used to lever it out.

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    Thanks a lot guys, a 3.4mm drill did the job. Now I can see the lateral hole! I am tempted to assemble it minus the roll pin.
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    put the roll pin back in
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