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    Default Non-military rear brake chamber number ?

    Have a leaking rear brake chamber (parking brake )side. Is their a non-military.
    Looks like this.cropped-2530-01-394-8332 Rear Air Brake Chamber for LMTV and FMTV Trucks NOS (3).jpg military number is X24-3276J-10
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    ooops... my bad....
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    I have not seen non mil ones. But I do believe it can be rebuilt by a heavy equip shop. I have some used ones. There are 2 different types. They changed around 1997.

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    Find it parts has them listed, whether or not they are in stock is another story...
    https://www.finditparts.com/products...euclid-epb0912

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    Three manufacturers to chose from.

    http://www.parttarget.com/2530-01-39...A-4C326CC90B16
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    Quote Originally Posted by yertnamreg View Post
    Find it parts has them listed, whether or not they are in stock is another story...
    https://www.finditparts.com/products...euclid-epb0912
    where do you get that this Euclid product is the same as the Meritor used on the trucks?
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    Quote Originally Posted by coachgeo View Post
    where do you get that this Euclid product is the same as the Meritor used on the trucks?
    It's been a while since I found it. I had a leak in one of mine, and started searching for "0912 piggyback" under the assumption that since the chamber sizes are standard any brand should work that's when I found the Euclid one. The one I actually ended up buying was from a surplus place that only had one (for $25 nonetheless!!!). It was Haldex 41M001. I can confirm from personal experience the haldex one fits without issue. I have never purchased the Euclid one, but I believe it should work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yertnamreg View Post
    ... It was Haldex 41M001. I can confirm from personal experience the haldex one fits without issue. ....
    this haldex has been superseeded to https://www.finditparts.com/products...haldex-0912001 from what I can tell in notes from other product listings.
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    The military design and the civilian version use the same principle of operation. Does not matter who made it. The military used civilian designs for a reason. Simplicity and parts availability. All the wedges. Seals and springs interchange between the fleets

    It's called a piggyback 9/12. Not common but used in the old days. Caging bolt a 9/12 or a 12/12 is part # 44M011

    The split in the years will speaks of they went from uncommon 9/12 to a 12/16 which is what the 939 series trucks use and is much more readily available.

    On an LMTV you can upgrade to 12 long tube and add the 12/16 piggy or if you can find the short stems go for it.
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    For those newbies that might not catch it....... following minor revision of simp5782's post might help.

    Quote Originally Posted by simp5782 View Post
    The military design and the civilian version use the same principle of operation. Does not matter who made it. The military used civilian designs for a reason. Simplicity and parts availability. All the wedges. Seals and springs interchange between the fleets. It's called a piggyback 9/12. Not common but used in the old days. Caging bolt a 9/12 or a 12/12 is part # 44M011

    The split in the years Will / Suprman speaks of in an earlier post they went from uncommon 9/12 to a 12/16 which is what the 939 series trucks use and is much more readily available.

    On an LMTV you can upgrade to 12 long tube and add the 12/16 piggy or if you can find the short stems go for it.
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