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    66furywagon Well-Known Member

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    Does anybody make a aftermarket
    Brake booster and master cylinder kit
    For a 66 fury.
    Wanting to put power brakes on the wagon.
    66 fury2 wagon auto with a big block
     
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    crazyboutwagons Well-Known Member FCBO Gold Member

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    BOOSTER DEWEY (POWERBRAKE BOOSTER EXCHANGE 503-238-8882) best choice for rebuilt booster . should be able to help you with both items. If you have manual brakes now you will need the brake pedal & rod from a power brake car they are different. will not be cheap core or core charge for both item's . Cardone rebuilds from parts stores are usually junk not reliable. good luck
     
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    Davea Lux Old Man with a Hat FCBO Gold Member

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    Your best bet if this was a manual brake car would be to locate a parts car with power brakes and buy the complete setup. The midland booster for drum brakes is not that uncommon, but finding the appropriate mounting plate and pedal assembly can be difficult. Concur on Booster Dewey as a good quality rebuilder.

    Dave
     
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    Imperialist67 Senior Member FCBO Gold Member

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    Sounds like something Murray Park would have, especially if you need a complete setup. Not sure what shipping would be like from his part of Ohio to where you are, worth looking into regardless.

    Good luck, sounds like a major upgrade, but brakes are a real good place to invest in!
     
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    Wollfen Old Man with a Hat

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    66furywagon Well-Known Member

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    I used aPST kit. not cheap but includes everything.
     
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    66furywagon Well-Known Member

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    Can i get more info on this kit
     
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    go to PST.com or to vendor list here on the forum. they give a discount to members
     
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    Wollfen Old Man with a Hat

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    I checked the mount holes of the adapter bracket on this unit and it matches up perfectly with the original firewall hole on a non power brake car, I also measured the length of the rod that goes through the firewall, the kit includes three different length units and the shortest one is less that a 1/4in longer than the factory rod on the back of the non power master cylinder. I would say it will work and simply adjust the brake light button actuator after installation.