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NAPA brake part numbers
Post by maddawg308 on Oct 31, 2006, 9:47am

Have a stock M725, need to get wheel cylinders for all wheels, along with show return springs and brake screw adjusters. Does anyone have the NAPA parts numbers for what I need to order tomorrow?

Re: NAPA brake part numbers
Post by brute4c on Oct 31, 2006, 12:03pm

Springs and adjusters, no....wheel cylinders:

If you want stock, you gota et NOS from the mlitary guys....

If you want to do a slight modification and want new parts with stainless steel pistons to elp with the corrosion problems inherent in this brake system get this part:

Tru torque W37262 and W37263, left and right.
The following are part numbers for one side, not sure which off hand
Bendix 33595
Raybestos WC37263
EIS EW73615
Wagner F73615

They should be able to cross those numbers for ya if need be.

Re: NAPA brake part numbers
Post by brute4c on Oct 31, 2006, 12:06pm

By the way, the mod you need to do to put those wheel cyliders on is to open the mounting bolt holes in the backing plate about 1/4 inch or so straight down...so with a rat tail file or rotary file, just enlarge the hole so the bolt is a little bit lower than stock...poof...all else works perfet including the brake line fitting.
Re: NAPA brake part numbers
Post by stanman on Nov 2, 2006, 8:49pm

What about the shoes?
Re: NAPA brake part numbers
Post by brute4c on Nov 3, 2006, 9:57am

Mil surplus...they get a chunk for them...plus core charge...
 

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