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  • Rebuild / Seal Kit - Distribution Block - Drum Brake - New ~ 1967 - 1969 Mercury Cougar / 1967 - 1969 Ford Mustang - 27604
  • Rebuild / Seal Kit - Distribution Block - Drum Brake - New ~ 1967 - 1969 Mercury Cougar / 1967 - 1969 Ford Mustang - 27604

Item #: 27604

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Price: $14.55
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    Description

    Kit for rebuilding your drum brake distribution block on your Mercury Cougar or Ford Mustang. Special square O-rings are made from EPDM (Ethylene Propylene 70 Durometer) which is specifically designed to withstand chemical degradation caused by prolonged exposure to brake fluid.

    *Customer Feekback*
    "You guys are awesome, I couldn't find a rebuild kit for my Galaxie's brake distribution block anywhere else! Thank you!" Henry M.

    Here’s a video to help you rebuild the distribution block so that you can corral your Cat or Pony without fearing for your life.

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    Shipping Weight: 0.01 LBS
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    2018

    good kit

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    Pros:
    • works good
    Cons:
    • getting it off the car
    The kit works great, the hard part is getting the block off your car, I did it without removing the booster , not fun!

    2019

    Seems to fit well

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    Haven't yet been able to use the brakes but the fit was good and the video instructions helped. Used a bolt to loosen the piston with light tapping of a hammer then pulled it with small needle nose pliers.

    2019

    Worked

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    Pros:
    • Fit and worked perfect
    Cons:
    • A little pricey for 2 orings
    O-ring's and copper seal fit my 67 Mustang perfect....! And showed up earlier than expected...

    Thanks!
    Dean

    San Antonio
    2019

    Distribution block rebuild

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    Pros:
    • Very good 'how-to' video
    Cons:
    Ref: Don Rush video on brake distribution block. Mr. Rush; I watched your video and removed my distribution block. The piston was frozen inside the block. Learning from your video I connected my grease gun to the block and popped the piston out in about ten seconds. I also reamed out the blocks cylinder like you did using a wire tube brush purchased from Harbor Freight. My rebuild "o" rings are still enroute from you company to my house. Everything went smooth thus far with the help of your video. I wouldn't have thought of using the grease gun without your insight. Thanks for the help. Good vendor; good video.

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