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What Brake Booster for 70 Cuda?

kerfuffle

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I'm trying to add power brakes to my 70 Cuda and am having a heck of a hard time finding a compatible brake booster.

Was trying to find a Cardone 54-73701, but seems as if I'm too late as they're sold out everywhere.

I have disc brakes in the front, drums in the rear. Any advice recommendations would be greatly appreciated!
 

Chryco Psycho

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I fyou have power steering & are not worried about originality Hydroboost is great !
 

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Unfortunately I think the days of finding remanufactured boosters for these cars in the auto parts supply pipeline are pretty much over. If you want an original 70 Bendix booster chances are you'll need to find one used and have it rebuilt. They're getting harder to locate and tend to be expensive.

If you just want something that will work, the 71-74 Midland Ross boosters are easier to find. There's a bunch of them on ebay right now.
 

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I have the Bendix reproduction booster on my car and it works well.
I had the original Midland Ross but the Bendix style works better.
 
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