8 Inch Dual Power Brake Booster Kit w/Proportioning Valve
66-70 Charger, 65-70 Coronet, 65-70 Dart, 65-70 Belvedere, 67-70 GTX, 68-70 Roadrunner
Now you can easily convert your manual braking system and add some power on your 1965-1970 Mopar A/B/E body! This kit comes complete with brake booster, master cylinder, and bracket. This kit is only for use when converting a manual car to power. OE power can require firewall plate modification in order to work with this kit.
- 1965-1970 Mopar A/B/E body
- 8" dual dual-diaphragm booster
- Includes proportioning valve
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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