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No time for that Don, you have a Charger to finish up.
I'm hoping the terminal end is just laid there during storage since it's not actually connected in the pic.
The pressure hose you have is sort of a common replacement piece that's currently available, but not exactly an oem fit. I used to have that same...
Just installed a set of monroe load leveler shocks. Gave me an extra 1.5" at the bumper.
Aside from the higher boiling point, and not absorbing moisture, keeping the paint nice even after a spill is a plus on a high dollar ride with dot5.
There is one extra on the passenger side.[ATTACH]
Mine has power drums and goes over the frame[ATTACH]
I think I paid almost that amount just for my correct lid 10 years ago. Looks like a nice piece.
I'm guessing proportioning valve since it lists it for disc/drum applications.
Went to bleed mine about 5 years ago and got nothing from the rear cylinders. Turned out to be a clogged flex hose. Replaced all hard lines with a...
Agree with wild r/t. I'd also be pulling the wheels to check equal star wheel adjustment as well as any contamination on the shoe surface.
Police and heavy duty 11" drums, manually adjusted front and rear.
Had the same thing happen in my 68 about 5 years ago. Called the Ram Man and said it definitely needed a rebuild. Works like new again.
If a mc isn't available with fittings on the driver's side could you possibly use high temp spark plug boot heat shield sleeves?
With a thinner spindle nut that allows the use of the retainer you can then use that to get the proper .000"-.003" endplay by tightening the nut...
Great meeting you Eric, thanks again for the drums. Hope you have a great birthday
Found my 11" drums for a pretty good price at classic industries.
I chased a leaking TRW pump for decades until I took it apart, cleaned it thoroughly and eliminated the reservoir o-ring. Loaded the ring groove...