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JEFF WHITE

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i did an oops,i got the wrong brakes,the ones i said fit were 1/4" toooo wide,the right ones are an albany #154.we dont know what it fits though,we took a stab at it and went up 2#'s and checked them.they are off a ford,not sure what vehicle,might have been a pinto,seen toooo many #s at the autozone..

sorry for the oops..

they also sell the seals there,just have to get the right salesman,ho knows what to look for!!!!i thank him for that!
 

Staci Matheis

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Mag -

If you go to an independent parts store - one that still has CATALOGS rather than just a computer - they'll be able to get you all the info you want from the cross-references in the back of the catalogs. If there are mold numbers on the cylinders you can also look these up in the back of the catalogs.

me!
 

Staci Matheis

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P.S. A Remanufacturer's catalog may be the best place..... Their customers need all that info so they can identify the cores that are brought back.
 

JEFF WHITE

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well,i got some of my info off here,so we kind of knew what vehicle to look up at least,it was a ford,what make,not sure,but all i know they are cheaper than the local rv store,they wanted $26/side!! thats 1 side,i paid it once,thats it,vowed i wouldnt pay it again...

now for the wheel cylinders next brake change,repacked bearings,new seals,checked tires for cuts/nails,and such.
 

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