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so we have resurrected the beast. it runs great, heater core is replaced, transkickdown cable replaced CV replaced, exhaust manifold replaced, new exhaust. finally have it on the road.
one more issue, brakes (just figured it out when we could run it down the road). The brrake booster is bad.

so we are running out of time - Lemons Rally starts Tuesday, and we have to drive all day monday to get to the start.

how hard is it to find a booster, and what kind of time are we looking at to replace?

thanks
 

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boosters are readily available and easy to replace. It takes longer to do a proper system bleed than to replace the booster.
 

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so we have resurrected the beast. it runs great, heater core is replaced, transkickdown cable replaced CV replaced, exhaust manifold replaced, new exhaust. finally have it on the road.
one more issue, brakes (just figured it out when we could run it down the road). The brrake booster is bad.

so we are running out of time - Lemons Rally starts Tuesday, and we have to drive all day monday to get to the start.



how hard is it to find a booster, and what kind of time are we looking at to replace?

thanks
if you're not worried about abs or rear traction control you can retrofit d1 or d2 vacuum booster and master cylinder setup from a junk yard.
 
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