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JEGS Power Brake Conversion Kit with Proportioning Valve for 1955-1958 Chevy

JEGS 630082

555-630082

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JEGS Power Brake Conversion Kit with Proportioning Valve for 1955-1958 Chevy $206.99
Power Brake Conversion Kit
  • 1955-1958 Chevy
  • OE Height
    Includes:
  • 1-1/8" Bore Master Cylinder
  • 8" Black Dual Power Brake Booster
  • Proportioning Valve Kit
  • Pedal Rod Extension & Clevis
  • Hardware

  • JEGS 630082 Details

    GM

    Specifications:

    Reservoir Included
    Yes
    Master Cylinder Cap Included
    Yes
    Master Cylinder Material
    Cast iron
    Quantity
    Sold as a kit
    Reservoir Material
    Cast iron
    Master Cylinder Bore Size (in.)
    1.125
    Master Cylinder Finish
    Natural
    Bowl Design
    Dual
    Master Cylinder Stroke (in.)
    1
    Mounting Hardware Included
    Yes
    Brake Booster Finish
    Gold iridited
    Brake Booster Material
    Steel
    Brake Pedal Rod Extension Included
    No
    Brake Booster Diameter (in.)
    8
    Brake Booster Type
    Vacuum diaphragm
    Master Cylinder Included
    Yes
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    630082

    JEGS power brake conversion kits transform your manual brake system to a power assisted unit. Power Brake Conversion Kits include master cylinder, power brake booster and all of the necessary components to complete the conversion.

    630082 is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Looks good. Couldn't get yo work I bought this to go in my 69 fj40 rock crawler so I could have power brakes. Figuring this would bolt right up, hook the peddle up And have killer brakes. Nope, 3 days of trying to adjust and tune it i finally ripped it out and went back to the manual brake setup I had before. Peddle either went to floor, or I adjust a little and the brakes were stuck on. Pretty bummed out.
    Date published: 2017-11-13
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