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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by TJratz, Feb 17, 2009.

  1. TJratz
    Joined: Oct 28, 2008
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    Im wondering if any one can help me in finding a master cylinder/booster assembly for a 1950 chevy deluxe. I am looking for a unit that will stay under the floor. Im sorry if you guys are getting tired of me. lol
     
  2. hotrod-Linkin
    Joined: Feb 7, 2007
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    do a search..there must be a trillion threads on this subject.then if you can't find it..let us know

    search first,then ask
     
  3. rodknocker
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    rodknocker

  4. Ghost28
    Joined: Nov 23, 2008
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    tired of ya? not a chance. The booster assembly I got was from a company called waterloo tire company out of iowa. Kind of a mail order outfit. Any way the unit I bought stated it was for a 32 ford. But it was a universal style kit. Also make sure you get the dual booster and not the single unit. It will work better with the weight of your car. I found them looking through ebay for 32 ford. And there they were. Oh and also if you go the ebay route, scroll quite a ways through cause there pricing is all over the board. good luck...ghost
     
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  5. Dueceburnout
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    there is bolt on pedal kits that put a 7" booster under the car bolts in. works OK i think speed way sells one. Buffalo has one but i dono if its for a booster. but i think it would work.
     
  6. hotdamn
    Joined: Aug 25, 2006
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    personal opinion, you really don't need power brakes on that car.

    I have a 54 with a manual 78 corvette m/c underthe floor and it works great.
    (disc brakes in the front too) mount your m/c behind your stock one- hollow out your stock one- and run your push rod right thru your stock m/c to your new one behind it. pretty easy to do and it allows you to keep your stock pedals with out having to mess with them too much:)

    you could probably do the same with a small booster too.
    I personally feel that my car brakes just fine with out it though.
     
  7. Rockit53
    Joined: Aug 4, 2005
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    I got a manual underfloor setup with a dual master that uses the stock pedal from ECI for my '53. It uses a mustang master cylinder for disc front drum rear. Works good and easy to install.
     
  8. chopolds
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    from howell, nj
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    If you're going to run the car LOW, don't use a booster. they usually hang below the frame rails. As the others have said, you really don't need one.
     
  9. TJratz
    Joined: Oct 28, 2008
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    Thank you all so much. You have no idea how much you guys have helped me. This is my first attempt at a custom and I just want it to turn out right ya know?
     
  10. I'm running a Vette M/C also. Made my own bracket lengthened the original brake rod. Not that hard to do. Todd

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