If there’s supposed to be a rough, jagged crack in only two of the six rims, I’ll shut up.
3-1/4” socket for the rear Axle nut, in case anyone ever needs to know. Ordered a socket on jbtools.com pretty inexpensive. $20.
Front and rear wheel cylinders ordered from truckID.com along with new flex hoses with all the right fittings. $21 each for the front. $40 each for the rear. Not bad. The rebuild kits were super cheap @ $3.50 but those suckers are so seized up...
Ohh. And I made a rig to hold tension on it since there is 0.0 room to jack up a breaker bar under there. 2” socket, 2’ ratchet. 6’ fence post. I hooked the end of the post to a nearby tree with a come along and put enough tension on it to start bending the post. It’s been like that for about a week and a half. Redneck engineering.
I’ll have to try the acetone and atf.
Thanks for the support, y’all!