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#1451089 Mon May 09 2022 02:52 AM
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doing the brakes on my 58 and one slave cylinder decided to leak in a previous thread I found the number for the rebuild kit Raybestos WK129 for a 7/8 bore does any one know a part number for a complete slave cylinder Thank You

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hippydave #1451107 Mon May 09 2022 01:25 PM
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Hy hippydave, as has been previously discussed on this site, the original front wheel cylinders with the port straight out of it are no longer available. I suggested years ago swapping in the front wheel cylinder designed for the 1960 through 1965 60 series with a 5000 lb. front axle. Those wheel cylinders are the same in all respects except the port for the hose connection comes out of the cylinder at an angle, rather than straight out. At least a couple of members here have made that swap with no problems. The part numbers are, for Napa UP19090 for the left, UP19091 for the right, the Raybestos part numbers are WC19090 for the left, WC19091 for the right, hope that helps.

3B #1451157 Mon May 09 2022 08:12 PM
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thank you for the info 3B

3B #1454954 Sun Jun 12 2022 09:59 PM
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finally got a chance to change the front wheel slave cyl thanks 3B was a perfect fit and was done in 15 minutes once I got the 60 years of crud off

Last edited by hippydave; Mon Jun 13 2022 12:11 AM.
hippydave #1454987 Mon Jun 13 2022 02:37 AM
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Hy hippydave, I am so glad it went well!

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