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    Default 1964 Scout 80 Brake Wheel Cylinders

    Does anyone have a source for these other than SCOUT PARTS or ebay? I bought 4 off ebay for a scout and they had the large center and would not fit into the backing plate. I Googled and found 2 different Raybestos cylinders that look right but I am not sure. Are all 4 alike or is there fronts and rears? What bore is the front and rear? Does anyone have a part number to cross reference? Does anyone have an O'REILLY's part number. HELP!!!

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    I did a quick search over at the o'rielly website. They list two different bores there as well. You'll have to disassemble one section of your rig to determine which is on it. They have them listed by drum size 9" or 11" as well as 4x2 or 4x4. So there's a few options.

    They also have them listed for front / rear applications, but the part numbers appear to be the same for all 4 tires for each of the bore sizes.

    Rockauto.com is another place to search for parts, but again, you'll need to have pulled one apart to determine what size you need.

    HTH

    Bill

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    Thanks!!You are on it I think? This Scout is a 4X4 with 9" drums (short top).

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    Another place that you can check is IHOnly, Anything Scout, and Super Scout Specialists. I refuse to deal with scoutparts.com since they charged me a total $90.00 for a carb rebuild kit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dwpirkeyjr View Post
    Thanks!!You are on it I think? This Scout is a 4X4 with 9" drums (short top).
    The part numbers on their website vary, they show that both the 7/8" & 1" will work for the above information. IF you want to match what you have, I have to again state that it is best to pull one of your old ones apart and get the measurements, or match the part numbers (if you can find any)

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    I just replaced mine. I got the wrong ones from NAPA the first time. I had to get a number off of my old ones. I dont have the number right now but I can tell you the rear ones work for either side (contrary to how they are advertised for right rear and left rear). The rear ones have the inlet valve and bleeder aligned verticaly (straight up and down) where as the front have an angled inlet. I can also tell you the ones that fit are the more expensive ones. At least from napa they were. I will see if I can find the box with the part number in my shop trash can tommorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dwpirkeyjr View Post
    Thanks!!You are on it I think? This Scout is a 4X4 with 9" drums (short top).
    Depends what they had on the line when they built yours. Can be 7/8" all 4. Or 1" front 7/8" rear. The part #'s below will give you better stopping ability.

    http://shop.advanceautoparts.com/web...sku=18640324-P

    Advanced carries them as dorman or tru torque, both the same dorman made part. They also come in 7/8" fronts with the same part #s so specify 1" since drum brake scouts are a little slow to stop.

    w37231 front right 1"
    w37230 front left 1"
    w19238 both rears 7/8"

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