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1971 BUICK CENTURION Right Stuff Detailing Wheel Cylinders WC58

Right Stuff Detailing WC58 - Right Stuff Detailing Wheel Cylinders

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Brand: Right Stuff Detailing

Manufacturer's Part Number: WC58

Part Type: Wheel Cylinders

Product Line: Right Stuff Detailing Wheel Cylinders

Summit Racing Part Number: RSD-WC58

UPC: 889165060247

Quantity: Sold individually.

Notes: Wheel cylinder bore is 15/16 inches.

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Are you tired of having your wheel cylinders leak or seize up on you? Right Stuff Detailing wheel cylinders will get your ride back on the road without breaking the bank. Right Stuff Detailing manufactures these wheel cylinders from quality materials, ensuring years of trouble-free performance. These wheel cylinders are available for many classic GM, Ford, and Mopar applications.

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RSD-WC58
Too Big for a 1975 Chevelle Malibu Classic Backing Plate... Plus wrong Bore Size 15/16" & Wrong Piston Type... Correct Bore Size is 7/8"

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Reviewer: from PA

Date: August 01, 2017

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