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Old October 10th, 2012, 10:05 PM
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Your O'reilly's doesn't price match Rock Auto? Mine does.


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Don't have a local oreilly's
A friend has the extra 350 stuff since he makes all his trucks hydroboost, I will get the parts from him pretty cheap.


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I hear you can rebuild the master cylinders, my dad used to do it instead of buying new ones, that might be a cheaper alternative.


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Doubtful, you can also rebuild these brake calipers, or get an already rebuilt life time warrantied one for 20 bucks.
Which reminds me, do you know if the one ton dual piston calipers will bolt on? Both use slide pins.


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They won't clear 15s, you'd have to get 16s, and still grind the calipers a bit.


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Ah didn't think about that. Oh well.


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we used to re-build anything & everything on Tractors, motorcycles, cars & Trucks
tractor & motorcycle parts were interchangeable with automotive parts and were cheaper

we found that as times changed we could get new or re-manufactured parts with a warranty for a couple more bucks and less down time


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NAPA is the only place I've seen that actually still sells rebuild kits for Master Cylinders, everyone else has stopped. Samething with starters and alternators, no one carries rebuild kits anymore.
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not around here, yet


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They won't clear 15s, you'd have to get 16s, and still grind the calipers a bit.
What would need to be ground to fit on a F150? Would any grinding be necessary on 17" wheels?



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