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Old 11-28-2002, 03:39 PM
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IN SOME OF THE ROD PARTS BOOKS THEY SHOW A 7" POWER BRAKE BOOSTER. DOES ANY ONE NO WHAT KIND OF CAR THAT I MITE FIND ONE ON? INSTED OF BUYING A NEW ONE FROM ONE OF THESE PLACES. THANK YOU BIG JER

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Old 11-28-2002, 03:50 PM
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What is it for? 7 inches sounds like a double diaphram.
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I WANT TO PUT IT ON THE FIREWALL OF MY 59 CHEVY PICKUP. I HAVE ABOUT 8" OF ROOM. THEY LOOK LIKE A STOCK POWER BRAKE BOOSTER FROM SOME KIND OF CAR. I WOULD LIKE TO FIND OUT WHAT KIND OF CAR WOULD HAVE THAT SORT OF BOOSTER. THANK YOU
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Old 11-28-2002, 04:27 PM
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Mid 80s Trans Ams etc. had a small diameter booster.
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I see a guy on e-bay selling brand new in the box for I think 80.00. Can't beat that with a stick. I don't know how to post links maybe someone else has seen it?
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i have a 65 ford pickup, the stock power booster is less than 7" fits up tight to the firewall.
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I got one out of a Mustang II. I think it was a six cylinder car.
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