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Old 05-10-2011, 08:15 PM   #1
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Master clinder, drum brakes, surge actuator

Im hopeing this might help some else in the future, the surge brakes on my old rig has been a real pain, due to rust age and never being serviced
i have a atwood actuator, surge
ford drum brake shoes, they say that any large ford in 1965/66 should hav the same brake shoes
and now looking in to trying to find wheel brake clinders for 10 in

this unit takes a cordone master clinder part number 10-37781
avaliable in tx from o'reilys for about18 bucks
the brakes shoes r from pepboys ordered from thier book for 10' 21/4 wide for a set for 2 wheels for 33 bucks

im uploading pic so u can see

chime in if u know info for the wheel clinders
tks to u all
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Old 05-10-2011, 08:19 PM   #2
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im hopeing this might help some else in the future, the surge brakes on my old rig has been a real pain, due to rust age and never being serviced
i have a atwood actuator, surge
ford drum brake shoes, they say that any large ford in 1965/66 should hav the same brake shoes
and now looking in to trying to find wheel brake clinders for 10 in

this unit takes a cordone master clinder part number 10-37781
avaliable in tx from o'reilys for about18 bucks
the brakes shoes r from pepboys ordered from thier book for 10' 21/4 wide for a set for 2 wheels for 33 bucks

im uploading pic so u can see

chime in if u know info for the wheel clinders
tks to u all
for got to mention theres a core on the master clinder of16 bucks
u will need to remove all plugs fittings etc,, from old one for new one
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Old 06-30-2011, 05:14 PM   #3
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damper help

Thanks for the master cylinder info. The brakes look like uni-servo ("free backing") trailer brakes. You can buy the whole thing for about 40 bucks. May be cheaper than buying the wheel cylinders and shoes.
My question is does anyone have ideas for the damper replacement. A trip to the trailer store and I came up with nothing. They were all to big or small. Seems as many of these atwood actuators as they built you could find some info on them.
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