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Old 04-25-2014, 09:50 AM
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Amazon.com: Dorman W4571 Wheel Cylinder: Automotive

This is a 1 3/8 instead of 1 1/4 but it is the correct replacement.

Yes. I remember now that the 1 1/4 are no longer available. I got the 1 3/8 from Chuck as direct replacements. My brakes work well (now that they're adjusted correctly).
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I looked at that link, Joe and I bought two of them Feb, 2013

If there is any chance of the size not matching, I would certainly replace both so as equal force on each wheel.

Edit: I don't remember what size cylinder I had vs what size I now have but I've driven the truck at road speed and it has good braking power, no power assist.
Yes, I bought mine in June 2013. They fit perfect and made a huge difference, even with the booster disconnected. Sure did a fine job when I drove it to Truckstock 13. Just wish the flathead had done as good as the brakes.
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Been workin on the truck and away from this machine...
THANKS for all the helpful information Since I know that 1 3/8 will work I will check em out.....

Flatbed is now hangin from the rafters and I'm workin on new lines and brakes for the rear.....gettin closer all the time,,,,,I NEED to drive this thing to avoid burnout which is creeping in rapidly.................
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Post a few pictures here. We will then tell you how impressed we are with your efforts. That may help keep you motivated (and we like pictures...)
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Post a few pictures here. We will then tell you how impressed we are with your efforts. That may help keep you motivated (and we like pictures...)

Maiden voyage didn't happen,,,forgot about eye Dr. appointment and then I spent some prized time with the family helped in the relaxation aspect.
But,,, I do have some more pictures as to where I am...
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.Not perfect but at least they are clean
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.No smart burgler would come into the barn ifn they saw my burgler trap
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Wore out two wire brushes in the cleaning process and this time none has found their way into my eye
3 of the rear duel lugs found their way off together thus creating a new challenge,,,used my knife forging kiln to heat and then separate the two pieces it worked quite well,,,progress is slooooow but continuous,,prob won't make it to truckstock like I had wanted but in a relatively short time I am happy with the progress.
Got a meeting with the body-man scheduled for next week and we will formulate a game plan..... told him I want it nice but, it is going to be a truck that will be used and no trailer queen for me!!!!!.
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Old 04-28-2014, 08:56 AM
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Brake system total overhaul is almost complete,,, I rebuilt the master, all slaves, new hoses, new steel lines,,,but one of the front 1 1/4 slaves bleeder was really buggered up and in the process of drilling it out I went a little too deep and it wond seal. Couldn't locate another sooo I'm gonna order the 1 3/8 tomorrow. Brakes are feeling good though.
Progress,,,slow,,, but still progress.......
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Ordered the Dorman wheel cylinders,,,,Thank-You for the help,,,GREATLY appreciated....
Body man said I could start dropping off parts tomorrow,,,Progress is being made!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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wheels back on temporarily while waiting for the new 1 3/8 cylinders for the front.
Borrowed Mr. Sissons idea to use a plastic lawn chair and wanted to move it forward and backward a little.
Foot slipped off the clutch,,(no rubber on it) chair lurched back,,,truck jumped forward and out the door before I could wrestle myself back into position... yeeeee haaaaaw...
Chair is tooo unstable,,,gonna put the seat back in it for the maiden voyage..
Gary you can keep the plastic chair idea...
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Old 04-30-2014, 06:46 AM
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wheels back on temporarily while waiting for the new 1 3/8 cylinders for the front.
Borrowed Mr. Sissons idea to use a plastic lawn chair and wanted to move it forward and backward a little.
Foot slipped off the clutch,,(no rubber on it) chair lurched back,,,truck jumped forward and out the door before I could wrestle myself back into position... yeeeee haaaaaw...
Chair is tooo unstable,,,gonna put the seat back in it for the maiden voyage..
Gary you can keep the plastic chair idea...
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Roger, they don't sell the rubber pads separately so you have to buy the rubber bonded to the metal base, they screw on. 7RT2454 for F5 and above, it's 3-1/2" dia.
Almost all the suppliers have then

Mac's #48-18200-1 $9.95
Carpenter #7RT2454- $20.00 PR
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Roger, they don't sell the rubber pads separately so you have to buy the rubber bonded to the metal base, they screw on. 7RT2454 for F5 and above, it's 3-1/2" dia.
Almost all the suppliers have then

Mac's #48-18200-1 $9.95
Carpenter #7RT2454- $20.00 PR

Yep I got the originals, however, I had removed them... I put em back on and reinstalled the seat,,,feels a lot better and safer now...
These rascals are geared looooow full drop o the clutch and didn't kill the engine.
Took a load o parts to the body-man this morning,,,,this is a good day!!!!

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Went on the maiden voyage yesterday,,,Yeee Haaaw.
wife videoed it on her I-pad,,, now gotta learn how to get the video on here..

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resurrection of my build thread.
truck and body parts are back home from body shop.
My computer is fried so I am currently using my daughters laptop to post some new photos of progress.
Progress is real sloooow since I separated my clavicle from my sternum trying to push the bed back on the frame Dr. said 6 to 8 weeks of healing time.
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At this point I had to quit taking pictures and concentrate on finishing the job at hand as this is where I lifted the bed and pushed, resulting in the separated clavicle. Sad thing is ,, the hoist was there and ready to go, but I didn't want to scratch the paint. Yep I'm a *******.
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Hey Roger,
What did the docs say on how long you will be out of commission
with your shoulder? There are a couple of pics of the inside of your garage with huge hooks hanging from the ceiling & ropes with nooses, etc. Looks like a set from Texas Chainsaw Massacre!

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Doc said 6 to 8 weeks to heal.
As far as being out of commission, , I am just slowed down. Because I won't stop it will probably take longer to heal. He put me off of work for a week and I cannot sit around any longer. Just doing little things with one arm.
Ifn I had used those hooks and nooses I wouldn't be in this shape.

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