Brakeware Wheel Cylinder 33936
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Brakeware Wheel Cylinder 33936

Brakeware
7967
Part # 33936
SKU # 7967

$1199

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS

Part #33936
SKU #7967
Weight1.13lbs
Warranty
Application

1.- Except Station Wagon

Brake Cylinder Bore Sizes7/8"
Inlet Thread SizeM10x1
MaterialCast Iron
Part #
33936
SKU #
7967
Weight
1.13lbs
Warranty
Application

1.- Except Station Wagon

Brake Cylinder Bore Sizes
7/8"
Inlet Thread Size
M10x1
Material
Cast Iron

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Direct replacement wheel cylinders are designed to fit specific vehicle applications and to ensure a proper fit every time. Normal wear may cause piston seals to leak. Corrosion and pitting can also occur inside wheel cylinders as moisture builds up in the brake fluid. A leaky wheel cylinder can be dangerous to the driver, causing gradual softening of the brake pedal and creating brake pull to one side.

  • checkmarkAll wheel cylinders are made with high quality EPDM rubber cups and boots for long lasting performance
  • checkmarkWheel cylinder bores are surface tested to ensure an optimum sealing surface for the pressure cups
  • checkmarkDue to repair time and cost, it is more desirable to replace instead of repair wheel cylinders
  • checkmarkRecommended replacement is suggested when servicing drum brake

Direct replacement wheel cylinders are designed to fit specific vehicle applications and to ensure a proper fit every time. Normal wear may cause piston seals to leak. Corrosion and pitting can also occur inside wheel cylinders as moisture builds up in the brake fluid. A leaky wheel cylinder can be dangerous to the driver, causing gradual softening of the brake pedal and creating brake pull to one side.

  • checkmarkAll wheel cylinders are made with high quality EPDM rubber cups and boots for long lasting performance
  • checkmarkWheel cylinder bores are surface tested to ensure an optimum sealing surface for the pressure cups
  • checkmarkDue to repair time and cost, it is more desirable to replace instead of repair wheel cylinders
  • checkmarkRecommended replacement is suggested when servicing drum brake