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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.
- All Wheel Cylinders are made with high quality EPDM rubber cups and boots for long lasting performance
- Due to repair time and cost, it is more desirable to replace instead of repair Wheel Cylinders
- Wheel Cylinder bores are surface tested to ensure an optimum sealing surface for the pressure cups
- Recommended replacement is suggested when servicing drum brake
- Honda Accord Wheel Cylinder - Rear
- Honda Civic Wheel Cylinder - Rear
- Ford F150 Wheel Cylinder - Rear
- Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Wheel Cylinder - Rear
- Toyota Camry Wheel Cylinder - Rear
- Nissan/Datsun Altima Wheel Cylinder - Rear
- Dodge Ram 1500 Wheel Cylinder - Rear
- Toyota Corolla Wheel Cylinder - Rear
- Chevrolet Cruze Wheel Cylinder - Rear
- Ford Focus Wheel Cylinder - Rear
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