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  1. Thanks Big Red For looking up those wheel cylinder Numbers.. I Pulled The Left rear Drum today ( it's the One that was leaking ) The Cylinder that was On that wheel Was

    Marked {Wagner Lockheed BFD-2748}..So, I'm Not Sure What

    Number Is Correct And Available...Someone had Posted The Wagner Numbers as F9336 & F9337 And Raybestos Numbers as

    WC24954 & WC24955 ....I Ordered Two From Earle Brown today,

    He said his Were Raybestos and I can Use The Same Number

    cylinder on Both Sides..I'll Post the Number when i get Them

    and If They Fit !!!Thanks again --CH

  2. I need Wheel cylinder numbers for a 1941 Continental..Are there Right And Left Side Numbers as Well as Front and Rear ?? Someone had given Numbers Before But My NAPA Dealer says those numbers are "No Good" !! Any Help Would be Appreciated ..CH

  3. Jeff; if you go to tbirdhq.com they have those Brake Boosters 3 Differant Ways ie: In a Complete Kit with hoses and Mounting Bracket For $480.00 , Just the Booster alone for $325.00 , Or Rebilt for $240.00 (with an Exchange .The only Added Part you Would Need is A check Valve For Yhe Vacuum Line so you Don't loose the Vacuum when You Shut the Engine Off .. I Think I Would Also add a Vacuum Tank so That You have A Reserve For When the vacuum is Low Or When the Engine is Shut Off .. Ch

  4. Jeff; if you go to tbirdhq.com they have those Brake Boosters 3 Differant Ways ie: In a Complete Kit with hoses and Mounting Bracket For $480.00 , Just the Booster alone for $325.00 , Or Rebilt for $240.00 (with an Exchange .The only Added Part you Would Need is A check Valve For Yhe Vacuum Line so you Don't loose the Vacuum when You Shut the Engine Off .. I Think I Would Also add a Vacuum Tank so That You have A Reserve For When the vacuum is Low Or When the Engine is Shut Off .. Ch

  5. Peter; I can see why you are going back to the Original

    Style Headlamps ,They DO make a differance .. Much Improvement to the better.. Also A GREAT LOOKING CAR !!

    Thanks For the Picture ..CH

  6. CBOZ; You Are Probably Correct About The Sedan Of Tricketts

    ,It's No Longer listed on The For Sale Section .. His Cabrolet is Still Listed.. Don't Know where I got the Idea

    It was Blue..Who Ever Bought it is probably Smiling Ear To Ear!! I Would have made him an Offer Above what He Got for The Car But His "Expected Price" Kind of Scared Me Off..By the Time He pays The Sellers Fee (What is It - Eight Percent?) He Really Sold It Cheap.Oh well,Maybe He Bought

    it Back. Surprisingly He didn't Set A Reserve figure!

  7. My 41 parts book shows Part #78-3290 for the Left Side Drag Link End And A 2 Peice Drag Link ..The Left Side Being a long Section that Goes from the Pittman Arm to The Right Side which has a Replacable End .. My Newer Book (41 thru 48)List A 3 Peice Drag Link Consisting of A Center Tube Section with Both Ends Being Replacable and A Part # 11A-3290B For The Left Side At the Pittman Arm..My 41 Conny has this 3 peice set-up.. Dennis Carpenter List A Part # 11A-3290 Without the Letter "B", does anyone Know if this is the Same Part ..I'm not Up on Fords Suffex Numbers After Their Part Number..,What Do They Mean ??

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