Tcarrasco84

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About Tcarrasco84

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  1. I'm going with something like this mounted to the firewall. 8 inch booster will provide enough braking power to stop the old girl 8" Dual Brake Booster Master Cylinder Firewall Swing Pedal Kit Street Rat Rod | eBay
  2. Wow a little hostile, I never plan on having this car stock, and it doesn't really interest me. And as far as the value being lowered I could care less it's my car and never going to sell it.
  3. Yea I've asked there with no such luck. And would rather just go with a firewall booster.thanks
  4. [TABLE=class: tborder, width: 100%, align: center] <tbody style="margin-top: 0px; margin-right: 0px; margin-bottom: 0px; margin-left: 0px; ">[TR] [TD=class: alt1, bgcolor: #F2F2F2]Hello all, iam curious if anyone has ever put in a 60s style master cyl/booster firewall mounted in a 55 or 56 Buick. My Buick special is drum/drum and a original power brake car. The treadle vac was gone form the car and don't plan on going that route of putting one back in.I understand that the brake lines in the 55 special are 1 inch.so theoretically if I had a drum drum power booster that was 8 inches and the master cyl was set up for 1 inch I would think it would work I'm not looking to go complete resto on the car. Will something like this work? http://www.speedwaymotors.com/8-Inch...ster,9557.html What have you used? Let's talk. Thanks everyone, and happy new year! Any advice is appreciated. Tony [/TD] [/TR] </tbody>[/TABLE]