1960-66 GM Truck Brake Booster Mount Plate
60-66 Chevy, 60-66 GMC, 4.00" Overall Length, 5.00" Overall Width, .50" Overall Thickness
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This booster mount will make life simple on your old C-10. It adapts the original diagonal pattern on the firewall to a more common stud spacing that allows for the use of mass produced, less expensive 55-57 Chevy aftermarket booster/MC combos. Overall, less expensive than other booster master cylinder combos for 60-66 which require you to drill new mount holes and ignore the factory mounts that this bracket makes use of.
- Aluminum construction
- 5.00" width
- 4.00" length
- Natural finish
- 0.50" overall thickness
- 1.86" inside diameter
*Direct Fit for 63-66, 60-62 must drill 2 holes
*Uses 55-57 Chevy booster brackets
*Mounts booster closer to the firewall than other conversions
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