Auto enthusiasts know that aggressive styling is built into each Dodge, and understand that only top quality replacement C-1 parts will suffice when maintenance needs to be done. Your Dodge dealership isn't the only place to locate the best parts to repair your C-1. Dodge car, truck, or SUV enthusiasts have come to expect a certain level of dependability when driving their C-1 around town. Anyone who drives a Dodge knows that when it comes to fixing their automobile only the highest quality replacement parts will do.
Using hydraulic pressure to accomplish a task is a millennia old feat of engineering. But it wasn't until a few decades after the first cars were produced that the drum brake wheel cylinders, like the ones found on your Dodge C-1, were invented. Dodge C-1 drum brake wheel cylinders act like slave cylinders do. They spread apart the brake shoes when the master cylinder transfers hydraulic pressure to each wheel. The shoes make contact with the inside of the drums; creating friction which causes you to slow down.
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