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Old 10-16-2005, 05:51 PM
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I have a 1953 ford customline . i put disc brakes in the front and rear. the front are granada disc and the rear are mark II disc. i have a 1986 mustang gt i am breaking up . can i use the power brake booster from this car? it is a 8 '' booster. and what master cylinder can i use ? i don't think i could use the master cylinder from the mustang because it has rear drum brakes. also where can i get brake lines and hoses for this project? thanks for any info paul.

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If you can figure out a way to mount the booster and hook it up to your pedal, more power to you. The master will have to be changed to a disc/disc master and you'll need to find either a disc/disc fixed proportioning valve or plumb in an adjustable proportioning valve to your rear brake side.

Look on ebay for guys that will make you custom flexable brake lines, I just had a set made up for my Torino I converted to front discs. The hard lines just bend em up yourself...
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Hydroboost Systems

Have You Looked At The Hydroboost? They Are Small And Powerful. They Can Deliver The Volume And Pressure (up To 2000psi) To Work 2 Disc Or 4 Disc Brakes And No Vacuum Required! They Run Off Of Power Steering Pump Pressure. The Pedal Pressure Is Light And Comfortable Feeling. We Have A Hanging Pedal Assy, Or If Your Master Is On The Firewall, We Ahve The Mounting Bracket Ready To Go. Check Them Out At "powerbrakesonline.com" These Things Really Work. 800 504 1060
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