Original 1968 Master Cylinder (Power Disc)

Discussion in 'The whoa and the sway.' started by HLohio, Jan 5, 2018.

  1. HLohio

    HLohio GS owner since 1977

    We have confirmation thanks to the guys on the classicOldsmobile forum. The correct casting number is 5460346 with letter code "DW".
    NOW, does anyone know of a source?

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  2. pbr400

    pbr400 68GS400

    If you google the part number and ‘gm’ you get a bunch of them from the Corvette world, some unstamped, some stamped with other codes. Presuming the part is the same, could you get one stamped? (Or sanded first, then stamped?)
    Patrick
     
  3. HLohio

    HLohio GS owner since 1977

    Yes, that is true, but I'm not trusting my GS to Chinese reproductions. Rather find an original and have it sleeved/rebuilt by a reputable company.
     
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  4. pbr400

    pbr400 68GS400

    There’s a few used ones, too; as long as the stamp doesn’t alter it somehow, get one of them and have it rebuilt. I presume you’re doing that with the calipers, right? (In a former life I was a parts guy, and it was difficult then to get rebuilt calipers and when AA1 did ship they were iffy quality, so I started recommending guys started having their old stuff redone instead of taking the risk). Same with carburetors.
    Patrick
     
  5. HLohio

    HLohio GS owner since 1977

    Still in search of#5460346 MC w/ "DW" stamp.
     
  6. Mike Trom

    Mike Trom Tired of Politics!

    Did you check with "Cole"? He always seems to have a bunch of parts.
     
  7. HLohio

    HLohio GS owner since 1977

    Who/what is "Cole"?
     
  8. Mike Trom

    Mike Trom Tired of Politics!

    Board member, just search "cole" or look in the parts for sale section to find him.
     

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