1958-64 Chevy Full-size Car Brake Booster Combo, Disc/Disc, Drum/Drum
Bel Air, Biscayne, Del Ray, Impala, Brookwood, Sedan Delivery, Kingswood, Parkwood
- This brake booster combo is specifically designed for the 1958-64 Chevy Full-size Car
- Features an 8" dual diaphragm booster and a 1" bore master cylinder
- Has an adjustable proportioning valve for rear brake line
- The master cylinder has outlets on both sides for ease of plumbing
- Proportioning valve comes with 1/8” NPT to 3/8"-24 IFF adapter fittings
This is garage sale priced because we are liquidating inventory.
This kit works with Disc/Disc, and Drum/Drum combinations.
When you put modern disc brakes on your 1958-1964 Chevy full-size car (Bel-Air, Biscayne, Impala, 150 Series, 210 Series), you should update the master cylinder as well. Stock 4-wheel drum master cylinders do not have the capacity to supply the proper amount of pressure for disc brakes. For best results, we recommend using this simple, bolt-on master cylinder booster kit on all 4-wheel disc brake conversions or as a power brake upgrade for 4-wheel drum brake applications.
- 8" dual diaphragm booster
- 1" bore master cylinder
- Adjustable proportioning valve for rear brake line
- Master cylinder has outlets on both sides for ease of plumbing
- 1/2"-20 and 9/16"-18 outlets
Learn more about selecting the proper master cylinder for your vehicle by reading our tech article. Brake System Selection.
- Will not fit cars equipped with the original generator-mounted power steering pump.
- Front drum-to-disc brake conversions also require a proportioning valve to be installed in the rear brake line circuit. The proportioning valve modulates pressure to the rear brakes which is necessary to prevent the rear brakes from locking up in an emergency stop situation. This kit incudes an adjustable proportioning valve to allow for a proper installation of front disc brakes.
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