1964-1966 Mustang Brake Booster Mounting Bracket Kit for 91031409
64-66 Ford Mustang, 3.63" Overall Length, 3.38" x 3.38" Bolt Hole Pattern, Steel, Powder Coated
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It is designed to convert a manual brake / manual transmission Mustang to power brakes. It is NOT an OEM replacement bracket. It accepts our 7” booster and 1” master cylinder combo number 91031409. The booster mount pattern is 3-3/8” center to center both vertically and horizontally in a 4 bolt square pattern.
- Designed to convert a manual brake Mustang to power brakes
- Applicable to a manual transmission Mustang only
- Will (not) work with an automatic transmission equipped Mustang
- Accepts our 7” booster and 1” master cylinder combo: number 91031409
- Mount pattern: 3-3/8” center to center
- 4 bolt square pattern
This bracket will NOT work with the stock suspension towers and WILL require the change to a Mustang II style suspension or similar set up. It will also require the modification to the booster which includes shortening of the push rod, removal of the rubber boot, shortening of the plastic retainer sleeve and reinstallation of the boot.
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