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Old 04-25-2009, 11:50 AM
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i am working on a stock 40 Plymouth and am having a lot of trouble finding brakes parts for it i need to find a place to find them. i have been to lots of parts house and they cant find anything.


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Hi,
I have restored the brakes on my -48 Dodge witch is similar to Plymouth.
Some of the brake parts are "standard" -like main and wheel-cylinder "inside-gasket" (i don't no the right word) and was found here in Sweden!!
Other hard to find parts I found at Ebay also other parts were found there.
Good Luck
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Andy Bernbaum should have any brake parts that you need
http://www.oldmoparts.com/
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If 39Hemi's source doesn't pan out, or you just want to compare prices, you could try Ply-do, I know they do brake conversions for old plymouths, but alot of times those guys have good sources for the stock stuff.

Ply-Do
RT. 1. Box 277B
Delbarton,
Phone: (304) 475-3245

More companies specializing in obsolete Chrysler brake parts.

Atlas Obsolete Chrysler Parts
10621 Bloomfield St
Los Alamitos, CA 90720
562-594-5560


Moose Motors Obsolete Brake Parts
(707) 792-9985
Petaluma Ca

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You don't say in particular what you can't find. Are you looking for shoes, cylinders, hoses? In most cases you can go back to your jobber with your old shoes and have him send them back to the remanufacturer for new shoes (linings) to be installed on your cores. Kits are available to repair your wheel cylinders. Hoses can be compared and fitted to those a jobber has in stock, plus or minus an inch or a bend.

Try using someone other then a "chain" auto parts store, a good independent will help you out over the long run.
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