Questions & Answers
Questions: My 1965 had the front differential replaced years ago with an earlier year differential with S lines. Can I now use the later wheel cylinders with hoses connecting directly to the cylinder?
Question By: James R Young on Jan 27 2019 2:05 AM
We'll need to get more brake information from you. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Answer By: Willys Jeep Parts Tech on Jan 28 2019 6:00 AM
Questions: I have a 57 Willys with the f134 Hurricane engine. It looks like the front drivers side wheel cylinder is not functioning properly. I see that there is a 60 degree and a 90 degree cylinder for this model. Would there be a way to know which one it is at this time? Regards, Kelly
Question By: Kelly Rowe on Aug 2 2016 5:21 PM
The easiest way to tell is by seeing what kind of line/hose goes directly into the wheel cylinder. If you have a steel "S" line that goes into the cylinder then the one you need is a 90 degree. If you have a flexible brake hose going directly into the wheel cylinder then you would need the 60 degree cylinder. Thanks
Answer By: Willys Jeep Parts Tech on Aug 3 2016 6:29 AM
Questions: do you have all brake shoes & wheel cylinders for a 1970 cj6 and how much all up sent to victoria australia thanks gerry.
Question By: gerry on Jul 19 2013 12:00 AM
You should be 10 brakes in that year. Please email email@example.com your full shipping address and what you need and we can quote you out.
Answer By: Willys Tech on Jul 19 2013 12:00 AM
Questions: I have a 1966 Cj-5 Jeep with 9 brake drums. Ist this the right Wheel Cylinder for it?
Question By: Anonymous on Jun 3 2013 12:00 AM
Yes that is correct. This will be proper.
Answer By: Willys Tech on Jun 3 2013 12:00 AM
Questions: Is the piston, springs and rubber cups in it?
Question By: Teresa on Apr 15 2011 12:00 AM
Yes, these are complete ready for install.
Answer By: Willys Tech on Apr 18 2011 12:00 AM