62-67 Chevy II 7 Inch Power Brake Booster Conversion 1 Inch Bore
62-67 Chevy Chevy II, Disc/Disc Brake Type Application, Vacuum Diaphragm Brake Booster Type
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Easily convert your manual braking system on your 1962-1967 Chevy II / Nova and add some power with little to no modificatoins! Unit comes complete with brake booster, master cylinder, and booster bracket.
- 1962-1967 Chevy II / Nova
- 7" power brake booster conversion kit
- 1" bore
- 7" Power Brake Booster
- 1" Bore Cast Iron Master Cylinder
- Bottom Mount Disc Disc Proportioning Valve Kit
- Prop valve has (2) 3/8"-24 IFF front left & right ports and (1) 9/16"-18 IFF port to rear brakes
- Pedal Rod Extension
- Vaccuum Hose
1962-67 Chevy Nova
NotesModification to Firewall is required for this unit. Disc/ Disc or Drum/ Drum applications direct bolt on. No modifications needed.
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