1955-1964 Chevy Power Brake Booster Bracket, Passenger Cars
4.06" Overall Length, 3.38" x 3.38" Bolt Hole Pattern, .12" Material Thickness, Steel, Painted
This bracket makes it easy to convert to power brakes while keeping the master cylinder level. The bracket is designed to work with 1955-64 Chevrolet A Body and B body passenger cars such as the Bel Air, Biscayne, Impala and Caprice. The booster side of this bracket has the common 3-3/8” center to center both vertical and horizontal.
- Makes it easy to convert to power brakes
- 3-3/8” center to center both vertical and horizontal - booster side
- Designed to work with 1955-64 Chevrolet A Body and B body cars (Bel Air, Biscayne, Impala, Caprice)
Note: Depending on the application, this kit, in many cases changes the mechanical advantage or pedal ratio. With power assist less pedal pressure is required and to help eliminate some of the pedal travel the attachment location on the pedal arm may be further from the pivot point. You will need to have a straight alignment of the rod to the assembly and also a straight in alignment of the push rod to the booster.
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