I have a 1989 Ford B7000 w/ Cat 3208 diesel, Wayne body school bus with hydraulic brakes. After replacing broken section of brake line and gravity bleeding to the final connection point at the rear axle, I can't find wheel cylinders to bleed out. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated as I am in a desperate hurry to get it moved.
A guy that knows brakes showed up at his construction worksite, where my bus is and showed me what I needed for the moment. He didn't know if it is Lucus Girling or not. But it is air over hydraulic or visa versa.
Two new problems! One problem I'll post separately as it doesn't pertain to brakes. But the first section of brake line coming off the master cylinder is broken. It's metal off the master, with a section of rubber, followed by metal again which is where the brake is. Any suggestions on finding a replacement?
I took a picture so I could look at it. It's a rubber hydro section crimped at each end. The metal sections are flexible metal line. The guy helping me said it looked like a factory install for flex between chassis and suspension.