|01-14-2018, 08:23 PM||#1|
Join Date: Jul 2012
Location: Long Island, NY
FFR Wagner CM140979 Clutch Hydraulics
This is a "For Future Reference" for anyone looking. I needed a new set of clutch hydraulics for my 95 SL2. Previous posts had this complete set for about $100.
I just ordered an installed the Wagner CM140979 from rockauto. There was very little info on this part and it was by far the cheapest. As of Jan 2018 it's listed at $28.89. Just so you know, this part was a perfect fit. It's made in America, and as far as I can tell is the OEM part. It had every single exact marking as the part I took out and I've owned the car since 2001 at 70K miles.
Wagner CM140979 Label.jpg
2002 Saturn SC2
1995 Saturn SL2 with Trailer Hitch
1983 Porsche 944
1981 Camaro Z28 4 Speed w T-Tops
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|01-16-2018, 08:31 PM||#2|
Join Date: Apr 2009
Location: Detroit Metro Area
Re: FFR Wagner CM140979 Clutch Hydraulics
That's very helpful. I'll have to remember that. I help a lot of people with Saturn's that have absolutely no money so cost is critical to them.
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