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Which wheel cylinders do I need for the upgrade. I heard it's the rear cylinders off the 1985 S10 with a manual transmission. Do I want the cylinder for the power brakes or the non-power brakes. I'm guessing the non-power brakes. Can any confirm this?

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Be warned, however, that when working properly, it can get really interesting on a wet road as you start seeing oncoming traffic over your shoulder instead of thru the windshield.
 

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Thanks gentlemen. The cylinders are on their way. NAPA wants 159.95 for the Hurst line lock. Cottons only wants 119 for the deluxe line lock system. Anyone have any experience with either?

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Most seem to prefer the Hurst which is $105 from Jegs and a number have had good luck with the Moroso which is $98.00 both are rebuildable. I think Moroso's is by Biondo? As usual my mind does not work when it should.

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