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Clutch Slave Pagid or Bosch?

Quick question to see if anyone has any recommendations.

Going to have a go at lubing up the clutch release shaft on my GT V6 this weekend as per the great advice from blacksheep on this forum.
While I'm in there I thought I may as well replace the slave cylinder.

Local motor factors have a choice of Pagid or Bosch.

Anyone able to recommend which is the preferred choice?
Does it really not matter or should I be looking for a different brand entirely from elsewhere?

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Both are respected brands so I can't see as you'd go wrong with either so I'd go with the cheapest. (cue someone saying Pagid/Bosch are bobbins you need Valeo/QH/Borg & Beck).
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I just finish installing clutch slave cylinder on my 3.2 GT this morning and I use Pagid. I paid 35 as oem is around 60 plus shipping.
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Be careful as not all motorfactors have the right slave cylinders listed for the 147/156/GT range, for V6 & JTD engines. They are all the same externally but not all have the same internal bore size, there are a couple of different types. I would be tempted to say go to your dealer and get an original one or buy from an Alfa specialist.

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Slave Cylinder 147 GTA/147 1.9 & GT CF3 1.9 - Autolusso New Alfa Romeo Parts
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Originally Posted by ian_isnt View Post
Local motor factors have a choice of Pagid or Bosch.

Anyone able to recommend which is the preferred choice?
They are probably the same component, possibly manufactured neither by Pagid nor Bosch!
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