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Where to find old loadstar brake and clutch parts?!

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ferrarifarms84

11-03-2016 15:37:34




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I have a 63 loadstar,cabover, and i am in the process of restoring it. I am looking for a clutch kit,master cylinder for both clutch and brakes, and probably some other odds and ends as well... where should i go for decent and affordable aftermarket parts?? i see a lot of these old chuggers still going, so there must be parts sources out there! i just havent had much luck here in michigan.... thanks for any good advice!

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harry r

11-03-2016 20:07:41




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 Re: Where to find old loadstar brake and clutch parts?! in reply to ferrarifarms84, 11-03-2016 15:37:34  
i would try Pueblo Brake and clutch in Pueblo Colorado. They had lots of brake parts when we re did the brakes on my 63 1600 loadstar



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rustmonger

11-03-2016 19:06:49




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 Re: Where to find old loadstar brake and clutch parts?! in reply to ferrarifarms84, 11-03-2016 15:37:34  
Good counsel from JAnicholson, In addition there was a firm in Northern California (Sierra Specialty Automotive) that sleeved both w/c and m/c bores with brass tubing and then bored back to original bore size. Useful when you have a really rare cylinder you need to save. He recently retired, so you will have to fall back on one of his competitors. I would suggest that you start at his website so you can educate yourself, then strike out in search if in need. Finding soft parts can be a challenge, but they are out there. I am sure that there is an equivalent that is local to you, but the guy I use (ATI, Lubbock, Texas) will re-line just about any friction face,and surface grind any clutch, drum or flywheel and does a really good job. Pretty competitive with new/ rebuilt, but it keeps the local guys alive and I like that. Good luck, jeff

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Janicholson

11-03-2016 17:56:26




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 Re: Where to find old loadstar brake and clutch parts?! in reply to ferrarifarms84, 11-03-2016 15:37:34  
NAPA (if you find a counter person that has experience) will find the part. So will Value Auto based in St Cloud. If you go beyond the internet you will succeed. Rubber parts are easy to find and cheap. Reconditioning the cylinder bores without taking out more than a few thousandths will also work. Jim



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