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  • Studebakercenteroforegon
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    Originally posted by DieselJim View Post
    I just got front and rear cylinders from Markham Motors, Morrison Fl. 352-528-330four. For a 59 4E7.
    It should be pointed out that the front and rear cylinders for your ‘59 are the ones used on late’55 through ‘62 1/2 ton pickups. Earlier 1/2 tons used different cylinders.

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  • DieselJim
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    I just got front and rear cylinders from Markham Motors, Morrison Fl. 352-528-330four. For a 59 4E7.

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  • Lark Hunter
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    Originally posted by jackb View Post
    Rear brake cylinders are 3-6 months away.
    Is the Ever Given stuck in the weeds again?

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  • jackb
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    I don't know what you mean by "tube seat" ...

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  • Studebakercenteroforegon
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    Woiuldn’t it be easier to press in a tube seat? It is easy to remove the tube seat from the old wheel cylinder using a self tapping screw and prying under the head with a couple of flat bladed screwdrivers.

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  • If you're waiting for back ordered truck wheel cylinders.......!

    Rear brake cylinders are 3-6 months away. My 53' has front (1 in) cylinders out back. I caused a leak due to needing washers for fronts, not backs. If the wait is as long as they suggest...... how about plumbing in 2 front brake hoses to the rear axle and keep the current set up of 2 1 inch fronts hoping for no fast stops ???!!!
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