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Wheel cylinder article

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Within the next few weeks I'll be checking my rear shoes. I have a feeling it needs them. If so I'll def be doing the gm wheel cylinders. I noticed a difference on my old 99' after I did them. I can take pics and see if I can help out with the article 

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I did mine a couple months ago, I used Autozone instead of NAPA since they were cheaper. What type of information are you wanting?

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Just want the article re-written to show as much information as possible. Maybe do some research on part numbers.
How about including the bore size of the wheel cylinder showing differences. Etc. I'm looking for more verbiage to be added or just totally re-wrote.

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Stock Dodge 2500 - 15/16" Dorman P#  W37985
Stock Dodge 3500 - 1-1/16" Dorman P#  W79767
Stock Chevy C3500 SRW - 1-1/16" Dorman P#  W79767
Stock Chevy C3500 DRW - 1-3/16" Dorman P#  W79768

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Still want this rewritten?  I just did this recently and could probably handle it.  Not sure I could add much in the way of photos, however.

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