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A1 Cardone 54-73202
Brake Booster
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A1 Cardone Brake Booster
Sale Price: $76.63
Core Price [?]: $50.00
(1) In Stock
Part Number: 15194-07004424
Notes: Vacuum Power Brake Booster w/o Master Cylinder -- Remanufactured; without Bracket; without Clamp Band; with Bendix Brake Booster
Features:
  • Designed to render superior performance
  • Ensures that the vehicle stops with the lightest touch of the brake pedal
  • Conveys vacuum via a rubber hose that runs from the intake manifold
  • Manufactured to store enough vacuum to provide full boost for two or three pedal applications
  • Maintenance free
Condition: Remanufactured

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This Product Fits the Following: Warehouse: C
Vehicle
• 1969 Ford Mustang


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Centric Brake Booster
Sale Price: $104.23
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Core Price [?]: $205.00
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Part Number: 15194-05136794
Notes: Power Brake Booster -- Bendix; Rod Codes MU1; Twist Lock Unit
Condition: Remanufactured

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Vehicle Brake
• 1969 Ford Mustang Disc Disc 
• 1969 Ford Mustang Drum Drum 


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Centric 160.CIK1079
Brake Booster
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Centric Brake Booster
Sale Price: $269.23
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Part Number: 15194-05137238
Notes: Power Brake Booster -- Installation Kit
Condition: New

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Vehicle Transmission
• 1969 Ford Mustang Standard 


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Centric Brake Booster
Sale Price: $123.23
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Core Price [?]: $205.00
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Part Number: 15194-05137037
Notes: Power Brake Booster -- Midland Clamp Band Unit; Rod Codes MU1
Condition: Remanufactured

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Vehicle Brake
• 1969 Ford Mustang Disc Disc 
• 1969 Ford Mustang Drum Drum 


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A1 Cardone Brake Booster
Sale Price: $397.63
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Core Price [?]: $105.00

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Part Number: 15194-07004523
Notes: Vacuum Power Brake Booster w/o Master Cylinder -- Remanufactured; with Midland Brake Booster; with Clamp Band
Features:
  • Designed to render superior performance
  • Ensures that the vehicle stops with the lightest touch of the brake pedal
  • Conveys vacuum via a rubber hose that runs from the intake manifold
  • Manufactured to store enough vacuum to provide full boost for two or three pedal applications
  • Maintenance free
Condition: Remanufactured

Shipping Options:
Free Ground Shipping

This Product Fits the Following: Warehouse: C
Vehicle
• 1969 Ford Mustang

4 stars - (4 Reviews)
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Brake Booster Reviews - 1969 Ford Mustang
A1 Cardone | 54-73202
 


The booster is an exact replacement for the 69 Mustang Bendix unit. Works perfect as a replacement for 67-68 boosters as well. Parts Geek quick shipping is appreciated, and the price cannot be beat.


January 12th, 2014 | Posted by Steve

A1 Cardone | 54-73202
 


Previous boosters I have bought using this same part number had the output shaft too short, and I noted that in a previous review. Apparently Cardone reads the reviews, because they did something about it. Now the shafts are too long !! But not by much. So, be sure you adjust the length of the output shaft to fit your master cylinder before bolting the mc to the booster. Failure to do so will make the brakes drag big time.

Great product once you do the final adjustments for the rebuilder.


May 31st, 2014 | Posted by Cardone improving...

A1 Cardone | 54-73202
 


The output shaft comes adjusted about 1/8" too short on this booster. Once you install it , if you do not adjust the shaft to the correct length, the pedal will go almost to the floor before you get any braking. Then, if you can figure out WHY the pedal is too low, you get to remove the master cylinder inorder to adjust the rod. Every one of these is consistently wrong. That needs to be fixed.


April 14th, 2014 | Posted by Must adjust rod before use



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