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Old 08-07-2012, 07:55 AM   #1
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1978 Dodge Vogue

Hi Everyone. We Have a 1978 Dodge vogue which is our pride and joy in which we have had some fantastic holidays , but at the same time she is a work in progress ( money being an issue) . Owned her for a couple of years , had a engine service, starter motor, new batteries etc etc . Need a new Brake master cylinder or service kit. Wondering if anybody good recommend a good supplier, suspect shipping will be high as we in the North West of England . All the best. Jon
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Hi there! That's a wonderful RV you have there ... or should I say wonderful caravan. :-)

Sorry that I don't have an answer to your question. Hopefully someone who does will post soon.
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Old 08-07-2012, 10:50 AM   #3
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Nice looking RV! Here's a few suppliers of Dodge master cylinders.

Dodge Truck Master Cylinder - Free Shipping - Replacement, Centric, A1 Cardone

Big Block Dodge Truck Installation Power Brake Boosters

Dodge B200 Master Cylinder - Brake Master - Dorman A1 Cardone Centric - 80 79 78 77 - PartsGeek.com
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Old 08-07-2012, 12:08 PM   #4
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If you have any problems finding parts, msg me (just click on my screen name). I have a 77 Dodge, and know where to find you new & used parts locally. Shipping will be pricey, you're quite correct...which is why it's important to counter this by getting good deals where you can.
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If you have any problems finding parts, msg me (just click on my screen name). I have a 77 Dodge, and know where to find you new & used parts locally. Shipping will be pricey, you're quite correct...which is why it's important to counter this by getting good deals where you can.
Hi Jon , thank you so much, still at work at the moment ( it's 18:45 uk time) , soon as i get home I'll try and find out part no etc etc. really appreciate your offer of help. Many thanks. Jon
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Hi. Many thanks for the web links, still at work do using my iPhone, when I get home I'll try and find out the exact part no etc and try and get a few quotes. Really cheered up to think the parts are easily obtainable, took the original part to a local Brake specialists and he just laughed! Thanks and all the best. Jon
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Hi there! That's a wonderful RV you have there ... or should I say wonderful caravan. :-)

Sorry that I don't have an answer to your question. Hopefully someone who does will post soon.
Hi many thanks for your reply, first time I've posted and got three replies straight away. Interested to know why the dodge vogue is a " caravan" ? In the uk caravans are a different thing all together, more like a very small 5th wheeler, we love our Dodge vogue must admit couple of our neighbours have a different outlook. All the best . Jon
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what does your dodge have, a 440??
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what does your dodge have, a 440??
Hi Jon , yes it's a 440 .has had a LPG conversion but in the process of having that removed ( never worked) and is more trouble than it's worth ! Sorry for the delay as I've just got back from a holiday All the best Jon
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Hello appreciate Member,
I am a new owner for a Vogue 1979, 33ft, 440-3, maybe I will need some engine and transmission parts, are you interesting in help me?

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If you have any problems finding parts, msg me (just click on my screen name). I have a 77 Dodge, and know where to find you new & used parts locally. Shipping will be pricey, you're quite correct...which is why it's important to counter this by getting good deals where you can.
Hello friend, can you help me to find parts for my Vogue 79?
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