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Old 02-13-2020, 03:08 PM   #1
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Greetings : Trying to help another party find a brake booster for his 1952 f7. Found an oem number we think is correct: 7EQ 2005 b. Any info out there relating to re-builders or after-market producers of this booster? Thanks for your time!
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Old 02-13-2020, 05:12 PM   #2
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Does he have one that need rebuilding or missing one? The rebuild kit is A8Q-2309-A.
I looked on Parts Voice and they show a kit at http://www.greensalescompany.com/


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Old 02-13-2020, 07:46 PM   #3
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The early big jobs may have used several types of brake booster. The Ford part number may be a clue but a person needs more information. Hydro-Vac was one of the more popular but they made a lot of different models. If a person knew what manufacture they used it would be a big help. I know Ford used Bendix and Midland as well as a few others back in the day. There are a few big job owners that frequent here and over on the Ford Truck forum. This outfit may be able to help.
https://brakematerialsandparts.webs....otoid=77364701
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I have a 1964 Trojan loader the master cylinder and the booster is exactly the same as
the F7 Napa I had both the next day - if this helps. The booster was around $185 new, not rebuilt same as the master cylinder. Always bring your parts with you. sam
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Old 02-14-2020, 08:34 AM   #5
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It is a Bendix- I will pass this info on to the owner. Thanks!
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It is a Bendix- I will pass this info on to the owner. Thanks!
Marshall, keep in mind any Midland , Bendix , hydrovac does the same thing.
So you make another bracket mount, so what, it will work.

I am gifted; I hate despicable juice brakes all mine are air!!

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Like this F8 (no rust 337cic 5 +2 ) nope pictures don't work no more..ugg
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