Remanufactured Bendix Style Power Brake Booster for 1967-1970 Mustangs.This power brake booster is a Bendix style, meaning it is crimped in the center and does not have a clamp. Will fit drum or disc brakes when paired with the correct master cylinder.
*Does NOT include brake master cylinder.
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Is this unit for an auto if so what would be the shipping cost to Perth Western Australia 6065?
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Date published: 2016-12-15
I wanted to add this power booster to my manual drum brake system. I have the new dual master cylinder. What other parts will I need for this install? Thanks
You will also need a power brake pedal.
Date published: 2016-09-27
i have installed the above brake booster on my 1968 302 coupe mustang auto. The pushrod seems short when i have connected back up to the pedal. the pedal is not as high as it was ? Do i need a longer pushrod from the booster to the pedal ?
You may need to use this pedal assembly, http://www.cjponyparts.com/brake-pedal-assembly-automatic-power-brakes-1967-1969/p/PDA/
Date published: 2016-09-08
Hello, I want to buy it. But today I have a Midland power brake (which is broken) Can I install this bendix part? (On mustang 1967 manual gear box 289)
It should work, you may have to change the master cylinder.
Date published: 2016-07-07
Is there a complete kit available that includes the double bowl master cylinder and pedal assembly for a 67 coupe with automatic transmission?
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