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Old January 14th, 2011, 04:44 PM   #1
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Will a powerbooster master cylinder for a 1962 Dynamic.

Will a powerbooster master cylinder from a 1962 Impala fit on my 62 Dynamic? I converted my front drums to disc brakes. Looking for some advice on what to use. Thanks.
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Many 62 Impala parts do interchange with the 62 Olds. Check in a Hollander Interchange Manual.

Out of curiosity, what size wheels did you have to go to because of the conversion to disc brakes?
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I had to upgrade my wheel size to 15" wheels. I got my front disc conversion through scarebird.com. That included the the caliper brackets and hubs.
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I had to upgrade my wheel size to 15" wheels. I got my front disc conversion through scarebird.com. That included the the caliper brackets and hubs.
That is what I figured. Prevents the use of the factory hubcaps.
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