I need to replace the clutch master and slave cylinders on my 94 Civic.\nAny tips?\n\nDoes it really matter whether I get OEM from e.g. Majestic, or\naftermarket from the local store from which I *think* it will be\nsomewhat less?\n\nI'm assuming that I need to buy the clutch master seal and cotter pin\nseparately. Anything else I should have on hand? I'd obviously like to\ntry to avoid having to run out to get stuff (barring unforeseen\nproblems) while the car is unavailable.\n\nCan I assume that the reservoir hose clamp and hose will hold up in the\ntransition from old master cylinder to new?\n\nAnd how about grease? The Helm manual lists "super high temp urea\ngrease" and "brake assembly lube or equivalent rubber grease"-\-are these\nitems that can be picked up easily at any auto parts store? I've got an\nold container of NLGI#2 lithium wheel bearing grease (Castrol) that's\nlisted for high-temp applications (would have to be for bearings)-\-would\nthat be an appropriate equivalent to the former? I know nothing of\ngrease: what's the difference between lithium and urea greases? The\nHonda grease is from slhonda, which seems excessive.\n\nAny info on potential gotchas will be appreciated, as this will be my\nfirst significant automotive job. It looks pretty straightforward and\nI'm far from a mechanical idiot.\n\nBTW, is the "Mity Vac Automotive Tune-up and Brake Bleeding Kit" a good\nchoice, even though it's a bit pricey? I'm looking for somethig I can\nuse to not only bleed the system, but also to suck the fluid out of the\nreservoir. http://www.sears.com/sr/javasr/product.do?pid=00947058000\nIs there something better?\n\nThanks!