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I always see ads for junk yards in Hemmings News, you might find those at one of those yards. A machine shop could turn you out some if you get desperate.

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I thought that they only used that fitting on the rear wheels and that the hose screwed directly into the front cylinders. Could be wrong but that's how my '36 Dodge is. I might have a couple here. PM me and I'll look.

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jpage, I have a 1936 Desoto and that is how mine is also set up. The pin ended bolt is meant to hold the U section in place, Peter

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I bought my can in the 80s     the hose was directly in the wheel cylinder      been driving that way      buy the end my my hose is a female flared end      unless your wheel cylinder is vastly different there is no was to get a good seal         I have found the blocks     got two   can get more if any one wants them

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