Available in 7", 8", 9", or 11" sizes, Right Stuff has the brake booster for your vehicle in OE and universal designs.
i have booster pb7537 and i think the master cylinder is bad bur there is no info at all on the master cylinder. what master cylinder can i use with this booster. vehicle is a 1968 ranchero with drum to disc replacement on the front and standard drum on
I bought a kit a couple years ago for a 68 Camaro. I'm now swapping in an LS and need to get the large brake booster out of the way. How do I know which dual diaphragm booster to buy?
is there an adjustment on the plunger rod that goes into the back of the booster? and if so, how does it affect the brake pedal?
Can this product be used with disc brakes on front and drums on rear?
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