John E. Priester Posted December 20, 2018 Report Share Posted December 20, 2018 Guessing this has been addressed before but here goes. I am trying to rebuild the original Dunlap calibers on my 63. When I attempt to pull the caliber piston out of the housing I get A LOT of resistance from the piston sliding off the center pin. Also when I attempted to put the piston back in after lubricating the new seals and pin with new brake fluid, had to press it in with an arbor press. Stoppewd after a 1/2" as this seems wrong. Would like to rebuild them in lieu of the $150 per caliber it cost to by new/rebuilt ones but I would like to have "Sophia" stop reliably once I get her back on the road. Any thoughts? More info needed to answer? Thanks in advance and all have a Merry Christmas and Great New Year. John Priester Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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