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need 59 buick wheel cylinders where 2 buy?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by marq, Jan 29, 2006.

  1. marq
    Joined: Aug 22, 2003
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    I need some 59 Buick brake parts ,i need 2 complete front wheel cylinders left and right ,i need a set of linings for my shoes and i need a complete spring kit.Does anyone know the best cheapest most reliable place i can find these parts please?............Marq
     
  2. Rolf
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    I am quite sure Kanter Auto ships overseas.
    http://www.kanter.com/

    Also, think Cars Inc in New Jersey supplies them, I don't have the web address, maybe another HAMBer has it...

    '59's Rules

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  5. phat rat
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    check out gmoldtimeparts on E-bay. I bought a set of rear 59 buick wheel cyl from them a couple of years ago. If you need rears also I've got the ones I bought from them that I want too sell, I sold the project they were for
     
  6. Fraz
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    Bought stuff for my car at Napa. All cylinders, spring kits, etc. Local AutoZone guys tried to help best they could on stuff too.
     
  7. Nads
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    Seriously, check Pep Boys, most American cars from that era shared just a few variations. They had a listing for my '56 Packard rear end and the cylinders looked just like my '54 Chevy which looked exactly the same as a '57 Chevy. The new cylinders were like $14.99 each.
     
  8. Nads
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    Oh shit, you're in England, never mind.

    Want me to find some for you? I can look.
     
  9. Marq
    NAPA, that's where kanter buys their parts.:D

    I'll never understand why you guys go to a specialty parts store before checking out a regular parts store.

    Anyway it'll be friday before I can get down there but if you can wait a couple of days I'll cruise down to NAPA and check it out for ya.

    BTW that starter solonoid they used up into the '80s.
     

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