I bought a new Bendix Hydrovac Brake Booster for my 1947 Ford COE Dumptruck (probably 2 ton). I hooked it up, but I haven't bled the … read more. I BELIEVE THAT 1952 - 1954 DODGE CHRYSLER DeSOTO CARS , POWER BRAKE BOOSTERS WERE ALL THE SAME YES - NO CAN … read more.
This original 1955-1956-1957 Chevrolet Power Brake Bendix Treadle Vac Master Cylinder Booster has been fully restored. We disassemble the entire the booster and restore or replace any of the interior pieces, plus we use new gaskets and rubbers for a perfect seal. The brake boosters have also been stripped and painted to give it the finishing touch.Bendix Copper-Free* Brake Pads Outperform OE and Competitors' Brake Pads That Contain Copper**. * Compliant with the proposed California and Washington copper Hardware Included (Where Applicable). Brake shoe kits. Preassembled Set of Brake Shoes (Includes All Hardware).
The first part of the brake system that I overhauled was the Bendix Hydrovac Power Booster. I did extensive research on the web and finally found Reman Incorporated, a company specializing in brake components and obsolete and hard to find parts. They were very helpful and provided me with all the parts necessary to do my own overhaul of the Bendix Hydrovac unit.