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As far back as two thousand years ago, the Greeks and Romans were using hydraulic pressure to provide drinking water to cities. However, it took a couple of decades of automobile production until the drum brake wheel cylinders, like the ones found on your Lincoln Continental, were invented. Lincoln Continental drum brake wheel cylinders are essentially slave cylinders that push the brake shoes away from each other when hydraulic pressure from the master cylinder gets distributed to each wheel. Your car or truck comes to a stop when energy is absorbed by the shoes as they are pressed up against the drums.
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