WANTED Power brake booster needed asap!!!

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    no, discs were not an option on the 66 imp
     
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    But they were on a Chrysler? Did they just never make any of the connecting hardware for the Imperial platform?
     
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    It's quite possible, Mopar was known for doing goofy thing throughout the model year!
     
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    they were no discs on an imp in 66, there was nothing used on a disc brake c body that could swap onto the body on frame D body imp.
    one reason prob being that the imps had a 5 x 5 1/2 bolt pattern wheel up to & inc 66.
    there is nothing wrong with the drums used on the D body imps, ive stood my 5300 lb 64 imp convert on its nose at least once......
    just make sure you put a dual master cyl on it !
     
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    I dealt with this guy for my 64 dodge booster. It was not a pleasant experience but I was happy how it all turned out.
     
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    I thought 67 had 5x5 wheels also.
     
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    they were.
    67 to 73 were 5x5, 57 to 66 were 5 x 5 1/2
     
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