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Wanted Front Wheel Cylinders

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09 Aug 2021 22:40 #43662 by Terry Cockerell
Wanted Front Wheel Cylinders was created by Terry Cockerell
I am need of a pair of stepped front wheel cylinders. The bore sizes are 1" and 1-3/8". These could possibly still be available over the counter as quite a few years ago deceased member Tom Georgeson told me wheel cylinders for his Cord were still available at his local parts shop. Obviously these wheel cylinders were used on a variety of cars.
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I am located in Australia.

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10 Aug 2021 04:52 #43666 by mikespeed35
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I have a Sept. 1938 Wagner brake book. It says 1936 Cord "before W.C. change" left wheel cyl. FD2638, right wheel cyl FD2639. These interchange with 1935 Hupmobile and all 1935,36, 37 Studebaker. 1936,37 Mack Jr. truck 2M4A, 2M6A 1/2 ton . 1936,37 , 38 Stutz Package Car. The 1937 Cord "after W.C. change" Left wheel cyl FD 3820, right wheel Cyl. FD3821. These two wheel cyl. I could find no interchange. There could be more after 1938 as this is a 1938 book. Hope this helps.
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10 Aug 2021 08:45 #43667 by Terry Cockerell
Replied by Terry Cockerell on topic Wanted Front Wheel Cylinders
Thanks Mike, I rang a few places here in Australia and found a pair.
Miracles do happen ........................ even in this part of the world.

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