Speedway 1966-1971 Ford Fairlane Booster Conv. Kit
66-70 Ford Fairlane, 66-71 Ford Ranchero, 68-71 Ford Torino, 8 Inch Brake Booster Diameter
- Laser cut powder coated black bracket
- Firewall boot & plate
- Clevis & pedal arm linkage
- Ford style master cylinder 1" bore
- Bendix style black 8" dual booster
So you have been looking everywhere for a booster conversion kit for your 1967-1971 Ford Fairlane or Torino? Well you found it! Easy to install with the correct bolt pattern on the bracket, OEM style master cylinder and Bendix style power brake booster all in black. Ditch the manual master cylinder and give your foot a break with this power unit today!
1966-1971 Ford Fairlane, Torino, Ranchero, Booster Conversion Kit
- Laser Cut Powder Coated Black Bracket
- Firewall Boot & Plate
- Clevis & Pedal Arm Linkage
- Ford Style Master cylinder 1" Bore
- Bendix style Black 8" Dual Booster
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