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Series 2 no servo

Discussion in 'Series Land Rovers' started by Berty boy 1968 lwb, Oct 18, 2020.

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  1. Berty boy 1968 lwb

    Berty boy 1968 lwb Well-Known Member

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    ive had my s2a for 12 years, got new chassis, exhaust system,shocks petroltank ect.... the thing is i have no servo on breaks, is this a course of concern or is a servo reccomended
     
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    Fine as is, best of all parts super cheap.

    I think servo became std fit when s3 first came out?
     
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    My '64 2a hasn't got servo assisted brakes either
     
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    Berty boy 1968 lwb Well-Known Member

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    cool, i shall leave it the way it is . too be fair thou my old swb,s3 had a servo yet still had too pump the breaks double the clutch , all the good fun of a series lol , so i sharnt botter . thanks all
     
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    kermit_rr Green Member Full Member

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    If the brakes are maintained and in good working order then a servo isn't necessary. Pumping the pedal means you probably have air in the system or they need adjustment
     
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    Berty boy 1968 lwb Well-Known Member

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    thanks , it maybe a bit of habbit too . .ps love the wombles. big fan of them when i was a kis . still am
     
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    Rodeo Joe Well-Known Member

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    I fitted a servo to my series 2 but I had to cut a bit out of the wing top to accommodate it, so if you're after originality leave it alone.
     
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    Berty boy 1968 lwb Well-Known Member

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    origional i like . so its what i shall do , thanks.
     
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