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Old 02-25-2009, 02:38 PM   #1
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I was wondering if any one has any used defective caliper from their W20/W22 chassis that is taking up space in their garage. I'm specifically looking for the 73mm piston size (~2 7/8") I'm interested in doing some post-mortem/investigative work on it. I'll be willing to pay for shipping. Thanks!! Lou
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I was wondering if any one has any used defective caliper from their W20/W22 chassis that is taking up space in their garage. I'm specifically looking for the 73mm piston size (~2 7/8") I'm interested in doing some post-mortem/investigative work on it. I'll be willing to pay for shipping. Thanks!! Lou
Did you try a local Workhorse dealer? Not sure if they would want to turn them over to you but you might start there... any large-truck repair shops close by? You might luck out on some left-over motorhome repair...
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