I happen to be overhauling my K's brakes also. Do you have to have Napa? I just purchased for the front a set of Bendix from Ebay. The seller has one left of each for $14.00 and free shipping. I did some research and while he has them listed for as Bendix 33506 and 33507 Drum Brake Wheel Cylinder-HEMI Front. (separate listings) they are the 1 and 1/8 bore the same that was on my car and matched up. Due to the age I pulled them apart to inspect the housings and they were rust free.
I also purchased a complete set of custom direct fit rubber brakes lines from Ebay. I am super please with them and they matched perfectly. Seach BRAKE HOSE SET Chrysler 300 - 1963 1964 1965, seller is GoodBrakes.
As far as the shoes I went with Raybestos Brakes 336PG Element3 (TM) Brake Shoe BRAKE SHOES OEM also from Ebay. Have to be honest I wasnt happy with the thickness of the linings. There was more material thickness on what I was taking off than these new shoes. I was only replacing due to the old shoes were glazed over. More than likely I will send those back and look into having the old shoes relined. Hope this helps
On Wednesday, July 22, 2020, 03:57:00 PM EDT, Keith Langendorfer keith_A_Lang@xxxxxxxxx [Chrysler300] <chrysler300-noreply@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I’m having trouble finding the NAPA #’s for the front and rear wheel cylinders and the brake shoes front and rear for our non ram K.
Any help would be GREATLY appreciated!!
Posted by: Mike Cortel <toy72456@xxxxxxxxx>
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