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Old November 30th, 2019, 07:15 PM
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Originally Posted by ch47fly View Post
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Can you repost photos Im not able to view them clear.
Picture mutilation was from Photobucket. Thank you very much.
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Old September 26th, 2020, 04:09 PM
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Thanks for the years of knowledge everyone. Trying to get mine back on the road and heres my Rock Auto parts order in case it helps anyone else. Subtotal before tax and shipping $157.02

Master Cylinder $37.79
CARDONE 131371

Wheel Cylinders $20.79 and $23.79 each

Front Hoses $10.90 each
2- DORMAN H36791

Rear Hose $8.27
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Old September 26th, 2020, 09:35 PM
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Yes, great thread no matter how old it is. So I am also in the market for a new brake system on my modified truck. I found a 10-1331 is a remanufactured unit with a 1.125 bore. The 13-1331 is the same but new with a 1.125 bore. The 13-1371 has a 1 inch bore. I thought I would try the 1.125 bore given I am running 1 ton disc/drum axles under my truck. The 13-1331 new unit application at Rock Auto is a 1969 GMC K35/K3500 truck.
I am hoping the bigger bore is not a bad choice.

Mikeskates, I hope you post up how your brakes work later.

My 69 CJ has the original master cylinder powering big disc's and drums and works really well. No assist.

I have a couple Kaiser era wagoneer and J truck brake boosters new in the box. I will see if they mate up with the GMC 13-1331 master. I think I might prefer non power brakes though. I guess I will decide later. But I will get the master cylinder ordered. Thanks for all the postings with such great info.
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