1964-1974 GM Disc Brake Booster Conversion Kit Combo
64-74 Buick, 64-72 Chevy, 1974 Chevy, 64-74 Oldsmobile, 64-74 Pontiac, 1.00" Bore Size, Steel
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When you put modern disc brakes on the front of your 1964-1974 GM midsize car, you should update the master cylinder as well. Why not go to this simple bolt on power brake system? The 1" bore Corvette-style master cylinder features two different outlet sizes to fit all GM applications.
- 1" bore master cylinder with 1/2"-20 and 9/16"-18 outlet
- Disc brake conversion kit
- 9" Slimline Single Diaphragm
- Fits: 1964-1974 GM midsize car
- master cylinder
- proportioning valve
- pedal rod extension and clevis
*Please refer to "Application" tab for corresponding vehicle fit.
Learn more about selecting the proper master cylinder for your vehicle by reading our tech article. Brake System Selection.
This kit is for 1964-1974 GM midsize cars:
- Chevrolet Nova
- Pontiac Ventura
- Buick Apollo
- Oldsmobile Omega
- Chevy Camaro
- Pontiac Firebird
- El Camino
- Monte Carlo
- Pontiac GTO/LeMans
- Buick Skylark/Grand Sport
- Oldsmobile 442/Cutlass
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