25.4mm(1")Internal Diameter (Bore Size) Wheel Cylinder
VW Front Left Wheel Cylinders are bolted to the backing plate inside the front brake drum and connect to the master cylinder with hydraulic
hoses and brake lines. 1964 through 1970 Type 2 Bus models use 2 wheel cylinders per side, inside the drum. The upper and lower wheel
cylinders connect with a steel line. The wheel cylinders use hydraulic pressure to push the brake shoes into the brake drums through pistons
inside the cylinders to stop the brake drum from spinning. The wheel cylinders also house the brake adjusting nut (sold separately) for the
brake shoes. The wheel cylinders are made in Germany, sold individually, 2 are needed per VW, and only fit the left side.
Brake components (like most things nowadays) are made around the world, by various manufacturers. A German brake component comes from a German manufacturing company that may have numerous factories around the globe. Regardless of where the part is made, if it is labeled as a German part, it comes from a German company that has manufactured that component at a facility that is owned by them, and it is made to their high standards of quality and fitment.
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Please Note:The information listed below is for stock, unmodified VW's manufactured for sale in the US. VW's are commonly modified and very often parts from another year VW may have been installed on your car. California Pacific JBugs is not responsible for any errors if your car has been modified in any way.