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Rear wheel cylinder +4 #531902
06/09/18 06:16 PM
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Hi. Anybody out there with a part number for a rear n/s wheel cylinder for a 2014 +4 gDI.
VOR. Steve H


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Re: Rear wheel cylinder +4 [Re: SteveH] #531903
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Regards Richard

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2009 4/4 Sport Green
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Re: Rear wheel cylinder +4 [Re: +8Rich] #531913
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Cheers Richard. Thank you


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Re: Rear wheel cylinder +4 [Re: SteveH] #531914
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You will need a special tool to fit the E Clip, these are available on eBay,
EBay listing
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Re: Rear wheel cylinder +4 [Re: SteveH] #531930
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Steve,
I use Power Track Brakes 01344 886522 for OE cylinders (2/3 dealer cost) worth a try


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Re: Rear wheel cylinder +4 [Re: SteveH] #531933
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Hi Steve,

cw15953 is indeed the correct part number.

I actually fitted LPR4900 cylinders (suitable for Ford Transits) from an auto engineer whose advice I trust and the bonus being they were a fraction of the price asked by Morgan dealers and more easily obtainable.

The piston diameter is a few mm smaller than the cw15953 which concerned me and this resulted in a technical discussion of required force, areas, servos, vehicle weights and so forth.

He held an opinion the rear of our cars are over-braked anyway and asked if I ever locked up the rears, my answer being yes.

Anyway,I don't feel disadvantaged when braking, don't feel any different pedal pressure and am quite happy.

I must stress my car is a 4/4 duratec and your car may react differently...I accept no responsibility.

I hope this helps.

Regards

Geof


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Re: Rear wheel cylinder +4 [Re: SteveH] #532052
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Thanks for all your advice Talkmoggers. Various prices ranging from circa £30 to the most expensive£90,all using Morgan part numbers. I ordered cw15953 from Uk mg parts (Brown and Gammon) at £33. I hope this is the correct part,how can they supply a Morgan oem part for nearly £60 less than the main agent. What is going on!


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Re: Rear wheel cylinder +4 [Re: SteveH] #532289
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These 19th century antique brake parts are manufactured for nothing now. Got mine from Brakes International , brakesint.co.uk. £25.29 for 2 cylinders including £4.16 delivery.part no BWC5099.

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Get mine for £8 each from Brakes International! Trade discount!

Arwyn

Re: Rear wheel cylinder +4 [Re: SteveH] #575918
09/05/19 10:28 PM
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Great, ordered a pair. Do you need the tool to fit them? Any tips on figment? Is it worth replacing the shoes at the same time?

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