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Re: 1937 wheel cylinders
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Chris, The best way to tell is to look in the parts book, find the part number for your car, then see what else it fits. I have an original of the book if you canít find it here so donít hesitate to ask!

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Re: 1937 wheel cylinders
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Thanks for taking the time to reply, Don. I will email you, Chris.

Posted on: 2/5 13:51:48
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Re: 1937 wheel cylinders
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The Packard Parts List under the Main Menu on this site is a good reference.
Group 1.023 for wheel cylinders shows part numbers 302950 and 302951 for left and right rear wheel cylinder assemblies for most 6 cylinder and 120 models from 1935 to 1941 plus some applications for 1941-47 Clippers and 1948-50 models.

Posted on: 2/5 19:43:37
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Re: 1937 wheel cylinders
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ok all thanks you posting and watching ... here after a LOT of time with the steam cleaner and oven cleaner .. i got about 1/2 in OR 80= years of junk off the backing plates and now can see the ( not a bleeder ) but look like a plug ?

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Posted on: 2/17 16:17:36
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Re: 1937 wheel cylinders
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I'm not much on the older cars, but didn't they have a screw in bolt (plug) to keep the dirt out of the bleeder? It's hard to tell with the picture but look closer and see if it looks like a bleeder and bolt (plug) are both there.
Wes
Sorry I looked at your other picture and I can see where it is missing the bolt (plug).
Wes

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Re: 1937 wheel cylinders
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That is a bleeder and it is indeed missing its cover screw. I had forgotten about that type but it explains an odd hose I found in my toolbox from my prewar Packard days (Iím not prewar but the Packards were) which is apparently for this type of bleeder.

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Re: 1937 wheel cylinders
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Here's what one of my brake cylinder looked like and missing it's slotted screw to keep dirt out. Mine had slotted screws in them.
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Posted on: 2/18 11:06:24
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Re: 1937 wheel cylinders
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Good Evening...Do you all ever wonder if our Packards would make a few impolite comments regarding their treatment over the years. I know 'Miss Prudence' would in a couple of instances! Ernie in Arizona

Posted on: 2/18 16:25:45
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Re: 1937 wheel cylinders
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Don ... can you post a pic of the hose for me ????

Posted on: 2/18 17:44:25
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Re: 1937 wheel cylinders
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Once Iím at my shop (itís 550 miles away) and if I can find it again, I would be happy to IF I still have it. The hose was old and brittle so I may have thrown it out. It was nothing special, though, just a hose with a threaded fitting and seal on the end that matched those on the bleeder.

Posted on: 2/19 9:34:46
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