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Mustang Technical Discussion > Pre 1973 > Need to get a '69/70 brake booster rebuilt - any idea who do > Community Forums > Mustang Forum Australia - Mustang Tech

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Jiffy
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Hi guys, need to get a 69/70 Bendix brake booster rebuilt (not the master cylinder) - any idea who does these?


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I bought a rebuild 70 Brake Booster from Mark at Capital Classics. Could see if he has any available.

Alternatively, this was suggested on the other site, but may be pricey:
www.powerbrakes.com.au/


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I had an XB booster modified and rebuilt by Hydroboost. Google them. They do great work and know their shit.

www.hydroboost.com.au/


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I have used Powerbrakes they are really good. Had a leaky clutch master cylinder in my VY Commodore. Everyone else wanted to sell me a new one $350+ but Powerbrakes supplied a rebuild kit and I was back on the road for $30. Couple years on still going strong.

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I would try Powerbrakes. They did my distribution block and calipers. Very good work and priced well. I used them in Adelaide


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plus one for hydroboost


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