58-70 Fullsize Chevy Brake Booster Conversion Kit, 1 In Bore, SS
59-64 Bel Air, 59-64 Biscayne, 59-64 Impala, 59-61 Brookwood, 59-61 Nomad, 1"" Bore Size
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Now you can easily convert your manual braking system and add some power on your 1958-1970 fullsize Chevy with little to no modificatoins! This kit comes complete with brake booster, master cylinder, and booster bracket. Detailed instructions are also included for a seamless install.
- 1958-1970 Fullsize Chevy
- 8" Dual Power Brake Booster
- 1" bore master cylinder
- Stainless steel
- 8" Dual Chrome Power Brake Booster
- Aluminum Chrome Master Cylinder
- Proportioning Valve Kit
- Stainless Steel Power Brake Booster Brackets
- Pedal Rod Extension
NotesWill not fit cars equipped with the original generator-mounted power steering pump. Disc/ Drum applications direct bolt on. No modifications needed.
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