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Desperate need of wheel cylinder parts for recently acquired 37 coupe express

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  • #16
    Gary - I used the Ford cylinders recently on my 1938 Coupe, I can get some photos as I did a second set for spares. I can e-mail the photos to you but don't know how to post photos. PM your e-mail and I'll send.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by NTS37cpexp View Post
      Quality information from your end DieselJim. I have now received the new ones and i am pleased to see them go on so easily. Soon I will be a drivin'. Thank's again for the info I owe you one. I have now come across the machining issue you were referring to but not a problem an easy fix, compared to not being able to find them at all. Lots of luck J.S.
      Glad to have helped you out.

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      • #18
        Te problem is with finding the rear wheel cylinders.
        195165 is the right rear and I do not think a Ford wheel cylinder has these 1" x 1 1/4" dimensions.
        Even if you use the Ford 1' x 1 1/8" you still have to content with the 90 degree inlet connection.
        How did you resolve this?
        The Ford pistons seem to be the same except you have to machine the slot a little wider.
        An end mill will do it easily , if the piston is propperly clamped to a horizontal mill table.
        Robert Kapteyn



        Robert Kapteyn

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