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#811381 Thu Dec 29 2011 10:02 PM
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my 1964 3/4ton 4x4 what size brakes do i have oreillys online says their two sizes 10 and 12. also what size is the brake line 1/4"?

1949chevrolettruck #811387 Thu Dec 29 2011 10:24 PM
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a shop manual is well worth the price, or you might try measuring yours wink everything here is listed as 12"

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1949chevrolettruck #811480 Fri Dec 30 2011 04:01 AM
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K-20's almost always have 12"x2" brakes. As far as the hoses go, I believe there is a HD wheel cylynder wtih a 7/16" port, and a standard with a 3/8" port. You need to check. Look on rockauto.com for info and parts.


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