I got my buddy's Model A-V8 in the shop, rear brake locked up, decided it was a stuck wheel cylinder. Pulled it apart and after a bit felt real stupid. Dawned on me the wheel cylinder was at the bottom of the plate. Now these brakes have been on the car like this since my buddy built it in 1958 and worked fine all these years. I didn't want to turn this into a project, just a quick repair but.... goes against my grain to leave it like this, I feel I really should pull both sides and flop them. Of course that would probably mean replumbing, reworking e brake cables, ect. Thoughts? Any real reason they shouldn't work upside down?