WANTED Power brake booster needed asap!!!

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    The replacement booster i have for the Imperial is wrong!!! Wrong bolt pattern to the firewall, and wrong rod. Plus, the bad one in the car now is wrong, too!

    I need to find the right one for the Imperial with the correct rod, and compatible with with a dual master for drums.

    Need like right now! What have you got???
     
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    What year Imperial would also be helpful.

    Dave
     
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    What? You're hinting that posters asking for help should list particulars of their car, either in their signature, or in their post? I got roundly criticized for suggesting such a horrible, authoritative thing, especially if their postage-stamp sized, crappy iPhone-pic of their car is their avatar. You're supposed to have eagle eyes AND accurately GUESS the make/model/year of their car.

    I hereby brand Dave as an Internet Bully.

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    His avatar is an American flag.
     
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    Doesn't matter. You're supposed to know! :D

    However, because his avatar is an American flag, we should cut him some slack. Not much, but some.
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    The '66 Imperial used a Bendix dual diaphragm booster with the Budd disc brakes. For '66 this appears to be Imperial only. This is about the same unit used from '69-71 except that the mounting flange is a narrower pattern. Part number is 2409224 per the parts book. Might have to locate a core unit from a donor car and have it rebuilt.

    Dave
     
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    Booster Dewey??
     
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    what would it look like?
     
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    A brake booster. For a '66 Imp, I don't know what the original looks like
     
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    These are from ‘64 with drums.
    DAEE68A5-894E-4D31-BD63-D9074CF4293E.jpeg
     
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    If you called booster Dewey today you could probably buy the extra core I sent them(1 of the 2 pictured).
     
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    I've got this one waiting to go on my 70, not sure what its bolt measurements are, could check tonight when I'm home.
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    "The '66 Imperial used a Bendix dual diaphragm booster with the Budd disc brakes."

    No Budd Disc brakes on a '66 Imperial, '67 was the first year of the Budds on an Imperial.
     
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    You are correct, I did not look up to see if a caliper was listed for '66. The booster part number previously posted is correct however and it is the early style Bendix dual diaphragm unit.

    Dave
     
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    I’m pretty sure disc brakes were an option for ‘66 so what would they have been if not Budd?
     
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    This is a very true and accurate statement!
     
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    I am wondering if discs for Imperials became an option sometime during the '66 production run. The parts book I have for '66 does not show disc calipers or rotors for the Imperial, just the lesser models. The parts book I have is an early one so there may have been a later supplement to the parts list. In any case all the Imperials appear to to have used the same booster for '66.

    Dave
     
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