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Title: Brake parts wanted - master cylinder, servo and vacuum pump for Dodge 50
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(Date Posted:31/03/2014 06:39)

Hi forum.
Our Renault / Dodge 50 "Fire Control Unit" is in the garage and needs new brake master cylinder, brake servo and possibly vacuum pump too.

Can you help source these?  Or know of anyone who could properly overhaul?

The chassis number of the vehicle is SDGB56A0GLD222570

I will post some photos too.

Thanks for looking,


SF
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Re:Brake parts wanted - master cylinder, servo and vacuum pump for Dodge 50
(Date Posted:31/03/2014 06:47)

 Here is a picture of the whole vehicle from the net whilst it was still in service with the fire brigade
http://www.ecfrs.co.uk/specials/renault-dodge/g235uuw.htm

And (I hope) a picture of the master cylinder 
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Re:Brake parts wanted - master cylinder, servo and vacuum pump for Dodge 50
(Date Posted:31/03/2014 12:31)

does it need new or can they be re-furbished ? - either fully or partly.

try a company called past parts (their details are on the dodge50 website), they do re-furbishing of cylinders and whatnot,

i like the pics of your truck, it must be nice to have that link to its past, I know nothing about mine, just that it was pros water board, then at somepoint turned to a horsebox.  little to no documents, which seams strange as it was coachbuilt and so not cheap.

mike
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Re:Brake parts wanted - master cylinder, servo and vacuum pump for Dodge 50
(Date Posted:02/04/2014 08:47)

 I am breaking my Dodge 50 http://forum1.aimoo.com/Dodge50/category/Breaking-Mk2-S66-1-2300936.html
All the brakes were working fine and all brake components still intact.
Let me know
IF you reply, could you also email guyh2@yahoo.com as I sometimes don't seem to get alert emails from here

Cheers
Guy
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