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Mike, Hmmm, gotta love a good mystery trans. The only other clue is that the PTO knob has the Spicer script on it, but that’s just a knob and could easily be a replacement.


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58 caddy Better give that booster a chance,service it may work fine. My 2 are 70 yrs and more,with service work fine !!

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58caddy, here are part nos. From my notes wheel cylinders (2) centric 13480022 rear upper. (2) 13480016 rear lower. Left front centric 13480010. Right front centric 13480011. Another no. Rear lower Napa 37095. Front brake line left and right h36697. These numbers are from my notes on my 1966 l60. My master cylinder is split brake hydraulic clutch , you likely have single master cylinder. I replaced my hydro vac from napa 51-8001 at $242.00. Please check to make sure will work on c60. Good luck Pat66

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58caddy Offline OP
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This is very helpful, guys. Pat, thanks so much for the numbers, I’ll get right on checking those today.

Definitely gonna work with my booster. Last resort is replacement. I prefer to keep things as close to original as possible.


"The arts, like sex, are too important to be left up to the professionals." Robert Shaw
-1912 Ford Model T
-1939 LaSalle series 50 imperial sedan
-1940 LaSalle series 52 coupe special
-1949 Chevy 3800 Panel truck
-1958 Cadillac series 62 hardtop
-1958 MG A
-1965 Chevy C60 dump truck
-1971 Chevy C20 Cheyenne 402
-1982 Jeep CJ8 Scrambler
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What axles do you have? The 5k lb front axle uses brake shoes that are 14x2.5 and (as of 2019) were still available new from Centric, PN: 111.02990
Dynamic Friction also produces these shoes, PN: 141254-06103383

If you have the 15k lb rear axle your shoes are 15x4 and they are unobtanium. Your only hope is to work with a big truck service to have your current shoes re-lined or the 1/1mil chance that you happen upon a NOS set from an old guys shop or farm.

If you have the 17k lb rear axle your shoes are 15x6 and again, in 2019 were available new from centric but the part number escapes me at this moment.

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58 Caddy On your brake booster would service it and give it a chance,they are durable and it may work fine. Get a service manuel it will tell you a lot.

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Your gas tanks can be hot tanked at your local machine shop. Once their clean have the shop heat the tank with a torch so it doesn't flash rust, then buy liquid gas tank sealer to prevent further rust.

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58Caddy, I have a local lead on some wheels. Check your PM's.

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If you are a "DIY" kind of person, you can clean your tank yourself fairly easily.
Muriatic acid. Neutralize with baking soda.
Cheap, fast, safe, and the inside will be sparkling when done.
I have done this and used liquid liners afterward.

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If you do go the muriatic acid route, make sure you're in a well ventilated area and DON'T breathe those fumes! That's some nasty stuff!


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