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Topic Review (Newest First)
11-08-2011 06:01 AM
nskeeter99 thanks for the artical good info. I saw the rebuilds on ebay. just the pic a part boosts are cheeper and no taking apart.
11-08-2011 05:20 AM
SSedan64 Most of the differences are in the Piston size of the Master Cyl., Pump output Pressure and Pedal ratio.
Hydro Rebuild Kits can be found fairly cheap on Evilbay sometimes.

This is one of the best Hydro Operation, Diagnosis and Repair articles I've found.
11-07-2011 08:44 PM
hydro boost ?

My truck has hydro boost from a mid 90s astro. It has worked great, till it started leaking. My pick a part has a **** load of astros with hydro boost, for like 15 bucks. However theres is a full size van with hydro. Is there a difference in these units in output are is hydro boost hydro boost.

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