Drum Brake Wheel Cylinder
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Carquest Wearever Drum Brake Wheel Cylinder

Part No. WCA41718 Warranty Details  
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Direct replacement Wheel Cylinders are designed to fit specific vehicle applications and to ensure a proper fit every time. Normal wear may cause piston seals to leak. Corrosion and pitting can also occur inside Wheel Cylinders as moisture builds up in the brake fluid. A leaky Wheel Cylinder can be dangerous to the driver, causing gradual softening of the brake pedal and creating brake pull to one side.

Product Features:
  • All Wheel Cylinders are made with high quality EPDM rubber cups and boots for long lasting performance
  • Wheel Cylinder bores are surface tested to ensure an optimum sealing surface for the pressure cups
  • Due to repair time and cost, it is more desirable to replace instead of repair Wheel Cylinders
  • Recommended replacement is suggested when servicing drum brake
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Bleeder Screw Cap Included:No
Bleeder Screw Included:Yes
Bore Diameter:1-1/16 in
Casting Material:Cast Iron


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Carquest WeareverDrum Brake Wheel Cylinder

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Does not replace Hudson Hornet


from Melbourne, Florida

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Comments about Carquest Wearever Drum Brake Wheel Cylinder:

This is a 1 1/16" cylinder used on the Wasp Model NOT Hornet which is 1 1/4".


Not OEM Form Fit and Function


from Chesapeake, Va

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      Comments about Carquest Wearever Drum Brake Wheel Cylinder:

      Wheel cylinder does not fit my 1966 Ford F100. It will not fit in the backing plate. The bolt holes have been over cast making them larger that the OEM wheel cylinder. Foiled again by the [*]lack of adherence to predetermined Quality Assurance specifications. I had to use a pea grinder to remove just enough of the wheel cylinder mounting tab to get it to fit. I have 29 years of experience turning wrenches. Do not attempt this remedy if you do have the back ground to understand engineering design strengths and weaknesses. Customer should not have to modify parts to get them to work.

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