AMERICAN MASTER & WHEEL CYLINDERS
Buick - Cadillac/LaSalle - Chevrolet (Chevy) - Corvette - Camaro - Chrysler - Dodge/DeSoto - Ford - Mustang - Thunderbird - Lincoln/Mercury - Oldsmobile - Packard - Plymouth - Pontiac - Studebaker
Send us empty casting (all fittings, bleeders, etc. removed) and we will clean it, resleeve with brass to standard size and return, so you can reassemble using kit you provide.
MASTER AND WHEEL CYLINDERS
Master cylinder, single circuit, w remote reservoir (many pre-1930)(threaded end cap type $145)
Master cylinder, "in a box", with rotating arm on the side (some pre-1930)
Master cylinder, single circuit, cylinder and its reservoir cast as one piece (most 1930-1966) most
Master cylinder, dual circuit (most 1967 & later)
Master cylinder, 1956 Buick,(seal repair kit $75)
Wheel cylinder, straight bore
Wheel cylinder, step bore
Treadlevac power brake units, 1952-60 Bendix and Delco-Moraine (add $50 if new main shaft is needed)
Bendix Hydrovac power brake unit, 1950s Cadillac and other passenger cars, most units
Send us complete cylinder (as it came off the car) and we will return it cleaned, brass sleeved and assembled with new rebuild kit, ready to install back on the car.
Prices listed above are for 1 1/8 inch or smaller bore sizes (modest additional charge on larger cylinders) 631-369-9515 Mon - Fri 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM EST or email email@example.com
Early first generation fluid brake system, cutting edge at the time.
A nice example of an early Kelsey Hayes remote booster / servo. These unity are tricky to re-build and require more hours than later K/H units.
Single arm, rear, stamped metal cover, part # on the cover Part #: 2100-2199
Front, Rear, Left, and Right Available. Externally cleaned to the bare metal. Housings re-bushed with bronze bushings, shafts reground and polished.
Part #: 1850 A/B, C/D Single arm, rear, screw in end caps, part # rear cover with 6 screws. This is an inertia valve ride control shock, this unique shock has the capability of altering its stiffness based on road conditions.
Part #: 1800-1899, Single arm, rear, screw in ends, part # on valve cover. This is an inertia valve ride control shock, this unique shock has the capability of altering its stiffness based on road conditions.
Part #: 1300-1399, Single arm, front and rear, stamped metal cover. Vintage Chrysler front and rear lever shocks