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Old 12-04-2009, 07:26 AM
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wheel cylinders for '66 gmc pickup

Any one know where we can get wheel cylinders for '66 GMC pickup for a decent price?

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Any one know where we can get wheel cylinders for '66 GMC pickup for a decent price?
You didn't specify which model pickup, since there are a number of different size wheel cylinders. Rockauto seems to have them all and prices are in the $6 to $12 apiece range.
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NAPA auto parts has them
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sorry it is a c10 with drums all the way around.. trying to stay away from NAPA I used to work for them and about 80% of the brakes parts are made out of country.

I would like to convert to discs for him so he will have more options for pads and shoes
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...trying to stay away from NAPA I used to work for them and about 80% of the brakes parts are made out of country...
Sadly, that's probably true no matter where you get them...
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anywhere is gonna have foreign made ones

they will work

cheap and good brand dont go together

cheap and cheap brand do

you get what you pay for, it applies now adays more so than ever before it seems. with how the world is and has become and is becoming still.

parts prices have been goin higher and higher in the last few years and even months, even the cheapies. its getting crazy..

for example here at auto zone a simple old sbc fuel pump used to be about 8 bucks now its about 30 bucks for a china one,.

blower motors over 40 bucks commonly when they used to be less than half that.

insane,..

i guess if you do enough research you can find a supplier who still has some old stock of older parts and therefore of american brand wheel cylinders for the truck.

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