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1957-1977 Ford F Series Truck Booster Conversion Kit
1957-1977 Ford F Series Truck Booster Conversion Kit

1957-1977 Ford F Series Truck Booster Conversion Kit

57-77 Ford F-100, 75-77 Ford F-150, 57-77 Ford F-250, 57-77 Ford F-350, 75-77 Ford F-500

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1957-1977 Ford F Series Truck Booster Conversion Kit
1957-1977 Ford F Series Truck Booster Conversion Kit
1957-1977 Ford F Series Truck Booster Conversion Kit
1957-1977 Ford F Series Truck Booster Conversion Kit
1957-1977 Ford F Series Truck Booster Conversion Kit
1957-1977 Ford F Series Truck Booster Conversion Kit
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1957-1977 Ford F Series Truck Booster Conversion Kit
1957-1977 Ford F Series Truck Booster Conversion Kit
1957-1977 Ford F Series Truck Booster Conversion Kit
1957-1977 Ford F Series Truck Booster Conversion Kit
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Brake Booster Type:
Vacuum Diaphragm Dual
Brake Booster Diameter:
8 Inch
Outlet Count:
Tandem
Outlet Fitting:
1/2" & 9/16" IFF
Master Cylinder Material:
Cast Iron
Master Cylinder Finish:
Natural
Master Cylinder Bore Size:
1 Inch
Brake Booster Material:
Steel
Brake Booster Finish:
Powder Coated Black
MFG. Part #:
FT-207
Master Cylinder Port Sizes:
1/2" & 9/16" IFF
Master Cylinder Built-In Residual Valves:
No
Master Cylinder Cap Included:
Yes
Master Cylinder Bail Type:
Double Bail Wire Zinc Lid
Mounting Bracket Included:
Yes
Brake Booster Bracket Finish:
Black Powder Coated
Proportioning Valve Included:
No
Brake Pedal Rod Included:
Yes
Reservoir Included:
Yes
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Kit
GTIN Code:
635648187891

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  • 8" Dual Power Brake Booster
  • Ford Truck Booster Brackets
  • Power Booster Rod Extension 
  • 1" Dual Reservoir Master Cylinder
  • This kit does not come with a valve. You should be able to use existing valve on the truck and plumb it to the master using the 2 ports (1) 1/2-20 & (1) 9/16-18 on left side.
  • When using this kit you will not be using the mechanism in the bracket assembly as shipped. Remove it and use the pedal rod extension in the kit.
  • Firewall plate will not be used as it is designed for the lever mechanism and not the truck rod in this kit.

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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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