Rear Wheel Cylinder,
TRW brand, all
TR250, TR6, 1968-76
rear wheel cylinders; includes
two rubber gaskets, six spring plates, and
special grease for servicing two rear wheel
with square hole
for operating brake adjuster; other end
removes oil drain plugs
REAR BRAKE SHOES, TR250, TR6
"TRF Offers Brand New Shoes with
Brand New Linings"
Competitors provide a hodge-podge of brands and
relined shoes even when they don't require core return.
TRF's shoes are brand new throughout. Contact points
are not worn, and shoes are produced to precision
standards. Our shoes are made exclusively for us, and
you can count on us to have them in stock from now
Rear Brake Shoe Set;
does both sides
securing brake drums
REAR WHEEL CYLINDERS AND REAR BRAKE
ADJUSTERS, TR250, TR6
"Everything Inside Your Rear Brake Drums Can Be Replaced"
Wheel cylinders are comparatively inexpensive and worth replacing. Just as the
catalogue is going to press, TRF has received a shipment of five-hundred brand new
TRW-brand wheel cylinders, and we are pleased that TRW is continuing to replace
genuine Girling products which had been discontinued after TRW purchased Lucas and
Girling. This removes all questions about the quality of available hydraulic
components, as there are many repros of various quality levels on the market.
Currently available wheel cylinders are 0.7-inch bore which is suitable for all
replacements, including very late U.S. models which came with 0.75-inch cylinders.
When replacing wheel cylinders, it makes sense to replace the attachment plates and
gaskets which may be the worse for wear. Adjusters should be checked for easy
movement and kept or replaced accordingly.