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Make sure that the larger bore pistons in those brakes are in the same orientation as for your 951. Sometimes you have to flip the bleeders/tube around to make them correct for our cars.

I was not referring to the outer notch for the leak, it is all about making it aligned with the spinning of the crankshaft. If one area is in more than another, you will get oil seeping out.

I hope that with the spring shortening trick you used you don't have any issues. I have not tried that one before.

Good luck with the resortation/modifications.
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