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Re: 1937 wheel cylinders
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2008/9/29 7:39
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PackardDon, I also had made one like that many years ago. You just take a small piece of pipe put threads on one end and slide a short hose on to the other end.
I would screw the pipe into the bleeder and put the hose in a jar with some brake fluid and bleed the brakes without making a mess.
Wes

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Re: 1937 wheel cylinders
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Exactly! I bought mine in an auto parts store in the ‘60s and it had threads that ended in a flat surface with a copper washer for sealing. In other words, it was made for the purpose but not difficult to make either.

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