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just finished granada swap//seems to me i saw on here /cant use power brake booster was thinking of going power brakes but its not a must now that i have disc//i know u can get kits but i was thinking junkyard mustang booster off 5.0 maybe//clearance problem maybe

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Check my website for info on a Geo power brake booster set up. I used mine with the stock clutch linkage at it clears fine. It's kind of tight with the pedal pushrod but if you are careful it will fit. Any questions please e-mail me.

2000 GT Convertible
1965 Restomod moneypit, oh I mean coupe
You can use the Trans Am racing booster. NPD and Master power both now make a smaller booster with a dual master cyl for the 65.

I'm trying to figure out whoses is better.

Just converted my 66 convetible to dual bowl (power)...
Bought the master cylinder from NPD - 249.00 and a master cylinder from my local auto store for a 67 with power brakes. Cost was 20 bucks + 6 bucks for some reducer fittings to go to the 3/16 line and the 5/16 line. Used the existing distribution block and plugged one the rear line on it.

All in all it was a snap to install. I advertised my original booster/master cylinder here and sold it too...
Good luck and if you need any help, just ask!! There are thousands of people here who are willing to help!

1966 Candyapple red - A code ragtop
thanks all for the info///alot of these things i could possibly figure out/work out///but why?so many of you already have/boy that makes it easier///thanks again gary s....

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