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Old 11-08-2013, 01:18 PM
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Default Brake cylinder rebuilding

The actual rebuild of a cylinder is simple enough, but the info sheets that came with the parts can reinforce the use and types of fluids used in the process, and better yet, what not to use. I'm one of the guys restoring a 58 Edsel Ranger at work, and I'm doing the brake cylinders at the moment, this info was in the parts box...thought I would share.
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