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Master Cylinder Booster Pivot

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    Posted: Apr/20/2017 at 6:27am
Now offering the Master Cylinder Brake Booster Pivot assembly. 
I had OEM assemblies, that I used as samples, from a '70 Rebel and a '71 Ambo and they were both virtually identical in every way.

 These may also fit other years and models but I have no way of confirming that.

You get the whole assembly as shown in the attached photos.....consisting of the center pivot section, square head pivot pin, and 2 IGUS self-lubricating bushings.

Price is $ 75.00 + exact shipping to your location. I ship via Post Office and provide insurance and a tracking number which is included in the basic shipping rate. Normal delivery is 5-6 days.

Thanks for any interest.


Ron


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Selling Bellcranks '67-'69 & '70-up big body cars.
3rd gen. American with V-8 & SCRambler Bellcrank assemblies.
Gremlin and Hornet Z-bar assemblies now available.

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I have had to free those up with a torch and totally rebuild them. Thank you for providing great looking replacements.
Why Ramblers? Chicks dig 'em. Whatever it is, I can take it apart.
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I know exactly what you're talking about....I had to use heat and my power hydraulic shop press to remove an OEM unit's stuck pivot pin....... I had never encountered anything quite that seized-up before. 
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Selling Bellcranks '67-'69 & '70-up big body cars.
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Gremlin and Hornet Z-bar assemblies now available.

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Hi Ron,
  I have a 1974 AMC Hornet hatchback that I'm redoing and I need a Master Brake pivot bushing.   Do you have any idea if this might fit a Hornet?  If so, I'd be interested in getting one of these! Thanks!
-Tim
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