You bought your 370 because its reliability and trusted quality struck a chord inside you; so why would you settle for second best when it comes to great quality auto parts? Make no mistake, you didn't buy your 370 unless you understood you would be getting performance and great value both impeccably combined into one automobile. The vehicle in your driveway is head and shoulders above the rest compared to all the other cars, trucks, and SUVs in today's marketplace. Anyone who owns a GMC knows that when it comes to repairing their automobile only the most superior replacement parts will do.
Using hydraulic pressure to accomplish a task is a millennia old feat of engineering. However, it took a couple of decades of automobile production until the drum brake wheel cylinders, like the ones found on your GMC 370, were invented. GMC 370 drum brake wheel cylinders are essentially slave cylinders that spread apart the brake shoes when hydraulic pressure from the master cylinder gets distributed to each wheel. As the wheel cylinders push the shoes outward against the drums, your vehicle slows down.
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Vehicle Install Locations: Front Upper, Front Lower
Vehicle Install Locations: Front
Vehicle Install Locations: Rear Upper, Rear Lower
Left side, for 2-ton & heavier models.
Vehicle Install Locations: Front Left Upper, Front Left Lower
Vehicle Install Locations: Front Right Upper, Front Right Lower
Vehicle Install Locations: Rear Upper
Vehicle Install Locations: Rear Lower