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66-69 Mopar B Body 8 Inch Dual Bendix Brake Booster Kit
66-69 Mopar B Body 8 Inch Dual Bendix Brake Booster Kit

66-69 Mopar B Body 8 Inch Dual Bendix Brake Booster Kit

75-79 Chrysler, 62-79 Dodge, 62-78 Plymouth, Disc/Drum Brake System Type

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  • 1966-1969 Mopar B body
  • 8" dual trapezoid nose bendix style brake booster
  • 1.125" bore

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Brake System Type:
Disc/Drum
Brake Booster Type:
Vacuum Diaphragm Dual
Brake Booster Diameter:
8 Inch
Master Cylinder Bore Size:
1-1/8 Inch
MFG. Part #:
9166485363
Master Cylinder Bail Type:
Single Bail
Reservoir Included:
Yes
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Now you can easily convert your manual braking system and add some power on your 1966-1969 Mopar B body with little to no modificatoins! This kit comes complete with brake booster, master cylinder, and firewall plate. 

  • 1966-1969 Mopar B body
  • 8" dual trapezoid nose Bendix style brake booster 
  • 1.125" bore

 

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