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Old 05-09-2005, 09:11 PM
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new brake cylinders to 1990 pickup

Hey guys, not sure if anyone can help me here but I have just purchased a 1990 Chev silverado C1500 (short box) pickup. The rear wheel cylinders need replacing asap, is there any tricks I should know about or is this just another standard remove drums and shoes, remove old cylinders then reverse removal, then bleed brake system ?


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Pretty straight foward, just use new wheel cylinders. I would not waste time with any rebuilt components, especially brake components.

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