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12-27-2004 03:59 AM
yesgo Everything comes apart

I think the booster has to be disassembled for the pedal rod to come out though.
12-26-2004 08:52 PM
Fox body Mustang booster- is rod removable?

I want to use a fox body Mustang 5.0L brake booster but adapting a linkage to the original pedal pin that comes out of the booster is going to be tricky because it has a downward bend and a large hole. I was wondering if it is removable somehow so i could make a straight, long one.
Application is an under floor location for a 57 chev truck and this booster is nice and compact and is the one used with some aftermarket kits.

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