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Lyndell54

1928 model 52 chrysler

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Where does one go to buy new master cylinder, wheel cylinders.brake linings? Im kinda at a loss

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Don't have a Chrysler parts book but for Plymouth, which likely used the same or similar master and wheel cylinders, you can find the internal parts to rebuild it at your better local auto supply store. Or you can order a kit from a place like Bernbaum's or Mitchell's or Robert's. If the cylinder is too pitted to rebuild then you can have it sleeved. I've used Sierra Specialty for that but others swear by places like White Post.

For linings, I've always just had the original shoes refurbished at my local brake and friction place (the one that relines brakes and clutches for the automotive and/or truck repair trade in my area).

My list of possible suppliers for Plymouth parts may be useful for your vintage Chrysler parts too: Plymouth Replacement Parts: Vendors

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Where does one go to buy new master cylinder, wheel cylinders.brake linings? Im kinda at a loss

Apple Hydraulics or Whitepost Restorations also.

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