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Speedway 1959-71 Dodge D100 Truck Power Brake Booster Assembly
Speedway 1959-71 Dodge D100 Truck Power Brake Booster Assembly

Speedway 1959-71 Dodge D100 Truck Power Brake Booster Assembly

48-76 Dodge, 62-76 Plymouth, Disc/Drum Brake System Type, 8 Inch Brake Booster Diameter

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Speedway 1959-71 Dodge D100 Truck Power Brake Booster Assembly
Speedway 1959-71 Dodge D100 Truck Power Brake Booster Assembly
Speedway 1959-71 Dodge D100 Truck Power Brake Booster Assembly
Speedway 1959-71 Dodge D100 Truck Power Brake Booster Assembly
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Speedway 1959-71 Dodge D100 Truck Power Brake Booster Assembly
Speedway 1959-71 Dodge D100 Truck Power Brake Booster Assembly
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Brake System Type:
Disc/Drum
Brake Booster Diameter:
8 Inch
MFG. Part #:
91664077
Reservoir Included:
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Lets get that D Series Dodge Truck stopping on a dime with little effort with this easy to install booster conversion kit. Also fits most Mopar A, B & E body vehicles too!

1959-1971 Early Model Dodge D100/ D200/Chrysler Trucks
( Also fits 1962-1976 A, B, E Body Mopar Vehicles )

Kit Includes:

  • Bendix Style Master Cylinder Disc/Drum
  • Bendix Style 8" Dual Brake Booster
  • Firewall Boot & Plate
  • Linkage

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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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