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I own a 1963 f100 Unibody and have been re doing the brakes.. I dont have the money for a conversion kit just yet so I have been trying to just use the og drums. I have looked EVERYWHERE and no one seems to have my wheel cylinders nor have they heard of them.. Anyone here have any solutions or run into the same problem...?
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i feel your pain ive had the same problem lmc truck has them no problem im swapping a crown vic front end on mine to eliminate hard to find parts
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Switch out the wheel cylinders to dual and add the additional components from a 64 up.

Simple swap.

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BrakeBest WC36060 - Wheel Cylinder | O'Reilly Auto Parts

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http://www.oreillyauto.com/site/c/de...1271&ppt=C0064

You will need the 2 additional wheel cyl pins from just about any ford with 11 inch brakes. If you cant find at a yard let me know

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