Wheel Cylinder Clamp

Wheel Cylinder Clamp

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1986 Jeep CJ

Mostly stock, 258 c.i.d., T-176 tranny, Dana 30 front, AMC 20 rear, Dana 300 t-case, 31x10.50 tires, 2 inch body lift
Hey, I'm trying to deal with the rear brakes on my project. According to the manual, you need to attach a set of "wheel cylinder clamps" prior to disassembling the rear brake shoes. It's been a long time since I've seen anyone do rear brakes, but I don't remember any sort of clamps to hold back the cylinder...

Are clamps really needed? Is there something I can use as a substitute??
 
plastic zip ties,,,, wire --just to keep thewheel cyl caps from falling out, allowing air to get in the lines.

Robb
 
Never heard of such a thing.:confused:
Why would you need anything, as long as no one hits the brakes your good. There not going anywhere.

Cheap why do you bleed them after a brake job. Where would air get in?
 

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