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1977 International loadstar Brake Cylinders
#1408203 Sat May 01 2021 08:21 PM
Joined: Mar 2021
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robVee Offline OP
Hi guys. I have a 1977 International Loadstar 5 yard truck. 392 gas motor, and in nice shape. Needed front brakes so I found 4 new cylinders made by centric. They installed great, (one side so far), but the threads are wrong. The holes are both drilled at 7/16-20. That is fine for the bleeder, but the flared steel brake line looks to be a finer thread. Anyone know where I might be able to find a pair of cylinders and other parts for an old International? Or should I maybe be looking for adapters? Thanks, Robert

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Re: 1977 International loadstar Brake Cylinders
robVee #1408207 Sat May 01 2021 09:13 PM
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If you list the model # of the truck, The size of the brakes, & the diameter of the wheel cylinders I can probably find the Napa part #.
How about putting repair kits in the original ones.

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