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Re: Part Search Help
Dixon #1438121 Fri Jan 21 2022 09:39 AM
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'Bolter
thank you very much for your answers.
are the brake booter you mentioned also suitable for a very heavy C60 Fire Truck? The exact weight I unfortunately do not know but the structure is already heavy. Heavy rear axle with leaf springs. Water will not come in the water tank in the future:-)

Are your brake systems also built like this?
From the Master Brake Cylinder hydraulically to the Hydrovac (with vacuum assistance), then to the distributor to the front and rear axle?

I have seen models/drawings on the internet with vacuum reservoir .
Do you guys have a vacuum reservoir with an additional line to the hydrovac?
What was it installed for on some models?

Maybe someone could also tell me the correct check valve.

Thank you.

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Re: Part Search Help
Dixon #1438124 Fri Jan 21 2022 11:38 AM
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My truck also has the Bendix 374000 and did not have a reservoir from the factory. The plumbing is as you have stated, master cylinder to Hydrovac to tee to wheels.


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Re: Part Search Help
Dixon #1438147 Fri Jan 21 2022 03:17 PM
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Hy Dixon, the numbers I provided are for the brake booster specified for your truck in the GM parts book. I'm sure you must have a heavy duty truck parts place in Germany, you should be able to purchase a vacuum check valve with the correct pipe thread through them, hope that helps.

Re: Part Search Help
Dixon #1438217 Sat Jan 22 2022 02:10 AM
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'Bolter
Post a picture of your truck...

Mike B smile

Re: Part Search Help
Dixon #1438284 Sat Jan 22 2022 05:06 PM
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'Bolter
I'm on the tube or I do not see it. how can you upload, display
upload images, display them?

Re: Part Search Help
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Re: Part Search Help
Dixon #1438298 Sat Jan 22 2022 06:18 PM
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'Bolter
Enclosed are the pictures of the Chevrolet C60 Fire Truck

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Re: Part Search Help
Dixon #1438335 Sat Jan 22 2022 11:34 PM
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Neat truck, thanks for sharing the pictures! So what are your plans for this truck...is it staying a fire engine?

Mike B smile

Re: Part Search Help
Dixon #1438405 Sun Jan 23 2022 03:03 PM
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'Bolter
The truck remains as it is.
Technically, it will be completely renewed.

Fuel complete, air, vacuum, electrical complete, brakes complete, lighting system completely new, engine partly, tires new.
The interior including the cockpit is currently being rebuilt.
Windows are partly renewed and all seals.

This will be an event truck. I still have a Chevy C10 Pickup, 1970, Stepside. It's getting a frame off restoration from me right now.

You can rent these vehicles including accessories (seating, music system, lighting system) for events of all kinds.
The Fire Truck will be used for taps (right side) and cocktails etc (left side), lights and music will be on top of the truck.
The loading area of the pickup is used all around the counter.

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Re: Part Search Help
Dixon #1438409 Sun Jan 23 2022 03:24 PM
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'Bolter
Bendix 374000
Midland C462

Are these the two models I can use for my Chevy C60?
They fit and have appropriate power to slow the truck down?

Thank you wave

Greetings Brian

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