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Old 06-21-2018, 11:12 PM
wh23g3g wh23g3g is offline
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Default Does anyone know if wheel cylinder #33825 is for a Ranger?

I was cleaning my parts bins out in my garage and I came upon some new wheel cylinders I never opened. They are Brakeware brand part# 33825. It has replaces part# F109532, WC37400, W101604. I've only had a few cars. A 1986 Dodge Ramcharger, 1986 Plymouth Reliant, 1973 Dodge Charger, 1965 Plymouth Valiant, 1976 Datsun B210, 1999 Dodge Dakota R/T, 1993 Ford Ranger and of course my 1998 Ford Ranger. I looked up and tried to cross the number on Rockauto and Ebay. It says it's for a Ranger but from 2001-2009. They show the WC37400 part# on Rockauto for a 2001 Ranger but different for a 1998. All 1998-2001 Ford Ranger with 9" rear drums show the same part#'s except for the wheel cylinders. There seems to have been a 13/16 bore in 1998 and a 3/4 bore in 2001. Is it ok to use these? I have a hardware kit part# H7294 from the same brand that's for the 1998 Ranger so I probably bought all at the same time. Maybe the number when I bought it years ago was 33825 and maybe they found a different alternative now? Any ideas. I actually do need to service the drum brakes because the drums are warped so this would be great if already had this stuff.
1998 Ford Ranger XLT 2.5 4R44E Automatic Regular Cab, 4.10 non-limited slip, only modification is a Dynomax muffler.
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