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'73 Non Power with Drum Brakes. What's needed? What can I grab a booster from in the Junkyard, or does it have to be Nova? Do I need an operating rod from a Nova? I got a buddy that may let me steal the booster setup from the one he wrecked a hundred years ago, but I'll need a new booster probably.
I'm also planning for LS brakes. I'm hoping to get a junkyard set, as there are a few Camaros/Firebirds left from 98-02. :turn:
 

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I know on my 68 I used the same rod but the brake pedal itself had two holes for the rod and I had to move it to the other hole. I used after market booster and master designed to fit my car so not sure about what will fit what.
 

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Why not buy a setup built for your car? I'm all for getting stuff cheap if you can but when it comes to brakes, there is no room for mistakes. :no:
 

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I'm trying to see what fits before I have to order a bunch of stuff that might not.
Why buy parts twice? You can get a new master cylinder/booster combo very cheap online. Do your homework online before grabbing possibly junk used parts from a junkyard.

Mike
 
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