Scout 800 brake hardware kits

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  1. ihscoutmatt

    ihscoutmatt High Wheeler

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    Ive been trying to find the brake hardware kits for my '68 800 and cant find them anywhere, Ive checked with Auto-zone, ORieleys napa and even the light line dealers and cant seem to find them so I have a question since apparently they're not to be had what works in one , one for a jeep or Scout II? Ive done very little work on 800s and am quickly learning that they're definitely different beasts than a Scout II
     
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    Greg R Dreams of Cub Cadets

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    I have the same problem. The rear 44 brake hardware I could find, the front Dana 30 I could never find the return springs for the shoes. Wheel cylinders should still be around.
     
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    Check with Super Scout in Springfield OH.

    Rob Gimmel
     
  4. ihscoutmatt

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    yea, wheel cylinder s I can get and brake hoses

    I checked their site but didnt actually call them:oops: I guess it'd be worth trying
     
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    The hardware actually matches up with certain year Jeep stuff, that was actually how I sourced drums for a reasonable price. I don't know the year off the top of my head, but I just sat down with the parts book, looked at sizes, and then matched stuff up.

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