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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-01-2001, 11:48 PM Thread Starter
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Re: just did the hydroboost

Where did you get the Hydroboost, was it hard to install, and how much was it?

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Re: just did the hydroboost

I have a hydrobooster and mastercyl if you want to make me an offer, of trade parts for it...

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Re: just did the hydroboost

Cool!
Glad some of the info on my site was useful.

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Re: just did the hydroboost

hey, good deal,
so how's civilian life treating you?
that on my way down the road list of stuff,

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Re: just did the hydroboost

Jeeplvr: I'll butt in here. Got mine at NAPA, booster and master cylinder ran almost $300.00. New lines fabbed across the street at the hydraulic shop for $55. Or was that $300 total? Hmmm. Anyway, somewhere between $300-$350 for all new parts which is what "I" would suggest when it comes to brakes. Installing the system was practically a no-brainer. The hardest part was bleeding the system which was pretty...simple.

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Re: just did the hydroboost

You gotta love those hydroboost brakes. I worked on many deisel chevy vans with that set up on them, and WOW do they stop.

5.0s and 4 speed = lots of broken parts!!!
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Re: just did the hydroboost

Shootist ,
I'm gald I could help


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