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    Posted: 21 Nov. 2006 at 8:20am
here is a pic of the original master cylinder, that has been removed from 195769 ('48), to the best of my knowledge, this is/was the original.
 


Edited by lowenuf - 21 Nov. 2006 at 8:21am
45 #10033 ACM #47
45 #10163 ACM #188
57 CJ5    Dauntless V6, T-18 4-speed, D-44 rear/D-30 front, D-20 twin stick



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Low:

As with everything else we're trying to dissect, this may not be original, but a service replacement.

6086 is a NAPA/United part number.

AFAIK, the originals were Wagner/Lockheed #4564

    

    

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote lowenuf Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 21 Nov. 2006 at 9:41am
ok, if need be, please remove this from the post :)
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45 #10163 ACM #188
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote sean Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 21 Nov. 2006 at 9:56am
Nooo, let's leave it here!  It may prompt further discussion.  If anyone else finds a 6086 they think is original, we may have to adjust our thinking.  It wouldn't be the first time. Smile

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lol ...  ok
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45 #10163 ACM #188
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote fritz Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24 Nov. 2006 at 6:04am
interesting stuff.  since this pertains to brakes, when i pulled my wheel cylinders, a couple are stamped wagner/lockheed.  up until now, i thought that was odd.  does the new wagner product still have that stamp on it?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote lowenuf Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 Dec. 2006 at 8:57am
can someone decipher what this was to, Sean made mention that the 2A's were equipped with Wagner-Lockheed's, well, that is what this is, but in no way resembles a 2a master cylinder. it came with a bunch of 2a parts i received..low
 
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Low,
That is a hydraulic clutch slave cylinder. Some of the J-trucks used one similar to that, so did a lot of other light trucks.
 
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thx CJ  :)  low
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45 #10163 ACM #188
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I have the Wagner/Lockheed #4564 on my 47 2A
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The #’s cast into the cylinders are not (usually) the actual part #. 
These are casting numbers, several different cylinders may use the same casting, but may have different bore sizes & or port types. There are reference catalogs that give all of the info needed to decipher this. 
  I can scan & post if anyone is interested. I have a complete library of vintage auto part catalogs going back to the teens. 
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Originally posted by dasvis dasvis wrote:

I have a complete library of vintage auto part catalogs going back to the teens. 

How did you acquire catalogs THAT old?? 
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