Is this a Mopar brake booster?

Brakes, Steering & Suspension

  1. Snook

    Snook FBBO Gold Member FBBO Gold Member

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    Goober beat my inner fender to make room for this thing. I think I'm going to have to round file this thing unless it's a Mopar piece. See pics

    snook

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  2. 69L48Z27

    69L48Z27 Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, looks like the setup on my 77 Power Wagon.
     
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    • RJRENTON

      RJRENTON FBBO Gold Member FBBO Gold Member

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      IMO...
      IF there is a circumferential clamp band, holding the diaphragm halves together, it MAY BE a Midland-Ross unit. These were usually a yellow zinc dichromate colored. Used on various models 69-73 (?) years....not 100% sure.
      BOB RENTON
       
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      No clamp band, it's headed to the round file... Thanks for the help folks.

      snook
       
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