I think you can find whats needed in new parts for CNC and Neal as most of those parts are used in other brand brake hydraulics. If you are just trying to find seals and rings etc, that is easier then trying to find the right spool. But it would take some time researching to get a crossover together. I think most of the time the bores and spools can be saved unless it had been used for a long time. Years ago I was able to get seals for CNC by just matching to domestic kits. I think it is only worth it if you are trying to maintain a vintage look and you have an excellant core to work with.I guess the question now is who will start building kits to replace the CNC stuff we already have? I'm sure SOMEONE will start doing it. Isn't the "Neal" stuff pretty much the same as the CNC stuff?
Martin, a guy called me last week and said he bought all the left overs from “The Wright Place” RECENTLY. He told me he has front arms, spindles and steering stuff, maybe not a ton but he said their seemed to be quite a bit. He also has all the jigs for the arms and I think he plans on doing new builds once he gets his shop set up. He will get a hold of me once he’s ready to go.Cecil seriously had his heat treating and hardening chit down. It seems to be lost now. From his arms to rack-n-pinion, his parts would out last even the stuff made today.
How old is that info? Seems I have heard it several times over the years, but parts are always might be might not be available.Another great option is Ray Davison who took over Woods. He is making Woods chromoly arms and spindles and his heat treat must be pretty good as we have thousands of miles with no failures.