Join Date: Jun 2004
Location: Omaha, nebraska
Drives: 1998 LX black Vulcan
1997 SE black Vulcan
Rep Power: 27
The issues you had are why i prefer to rebuild the wheel cylinders in place
when possible. I even had one with a stuck puck in it and managed to
extract the puck, hone it out, and im driving it now.
Any time you have to remove brake lines that have been on for decades
its a recipe for potential trouble.
I'm amazed i managed to find a good front to rear line set for my 98 at the
upull, and get it off and get it back on without destroying something.
My 98 had the dreaded leaking fluid under the drivers door issue.
Bob Urz 1989 Vulcan wagon (wife crashed) 1990 Vulcan sedan (sold running) 1993 Vulcan sedan (wife crashed) 1993 Vulcan wagon (beat up like Battlestar Galactica, drove to junkyard on a sad day) 1997 Vulcan sedan (down with multiple coolant leaks), 1998 Vulcan sedan (rescued from being junked twice with broken brake lines and bad rack, currently resurrected)
If Spock drove a Taurus it would be a Vulcan