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Old 12-30-2020, 10:12 AM
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Got a '70 with drum brakes. Can I add a Brake booster and use my original master cylinder?
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Got a '70 with drum brakes. Can I add a Brake booster and use my original master cylinder?
Would think if the mounting holes match up why not. Another note is you just might need to "tweak" the brake lines a little bit to match the new location of the master cylinder.
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Would think if the mounting holes match up why not. Another note is you just might need to "tweak" the brake lines a little bit to match the new location of the master cylinder.
Is there a different rod that I would need for the master cylinder to the booster.
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Is there a different rod that I would need for the master cylinder to the booster.
If its a "Kit" every thing will be in it if you get the right Kit.
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If its a "Kit" every thing will be in it if you get the right Kit.
Well the one I was looking at doesn't really show it. I will have to contact the seller
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So Whats the difference with these booster sizes, 7",8", 9", 11"
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The 7 and 8 inch diameters have a double diaphragm, the 9 and 11 inch ones have a single diaphragm. Normally the double diaphragm units are found on heavier vehicles, C20 C30 etc.
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I did, but found the same generation power brake set up on a junker. That included a spacing bracket and new rod. Had to move the lines, but that was pretty easy.
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The 7 and 8 inch diameters have a double diaphragm, the 9 and 11 inch ones have a single diaphragm. Normally the double diaphragm units are found on heavier vehicles, C20 C30 etc.
So a standard C10 would have come with an 11" booster? The reason I ask is because the 11" doesn't look as wide as a 7 or 8. It looks like if you were to install a 7" booster you would be pushing the master all the way out to the alternator.
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