1966-1969 Mopar B Body 8 Inch Dual Bendix Brake Booster
75-79 Chrysler, 62-79 Dodge, 62-78 Plymouth, 8" Outside Diameter, Black
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Now you can add power brakes to your 1966-1969 Mopar B body or replace the old one and get the power back with this power brake booster. This power brake booster is a reproduction of the original for the authentic look you want!
- 1966-1969 Mopar B body
- 8" dual bendix style trapezoid booster
- Reproduction of original
- Will fit the Slant 225L6, 273V8, 318V8, 318V8, 340V8, 360V8, 383V8, 413V8, 440V8 Engine sizes.
- Charger, Coronet, GTX, Satellite, Roadrunner, Super Bee
- NOT for the 426 HEMI
1966 Dodge Coronet
1966 Plymouth Belvedere
1967 Dodge Coronet
1967 Plymouth Belvedere
1967 Plymouth GTX
1967 Plymouth Satellite
1968 Dodge Charger
1968 Dodge Coronet
1968 Plymouth Belvedere
1968 Plymouth GTX
1968 Plymouth Roadrunner
1968 Plymouth Satellite
1969 Dodge Charger
1969 Dodge Coronet
1969 Plymouth Belvedere
1969 Plymouth GTX
1969 Plymouth Roadrunner
1969 Plymouth Satellite
1970 Dodge Charger
1970 Dodge Coronet
1970 Plymouth Belvedere
1970 Plymouth GTX
1970 Plymouth Roadrunner
1970 Plymouth Satellite
The hub of the booster is larger than the original. Modification of the O.E. firewall plate may be needed to fit.
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