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Weak Brakes on GL Wagon

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#1 Brokechump


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Posted 24 October 2003 - 06:32 AM

I've got an 81 1800 GL wagon with all the bells and wistles (hahaaa....4spd dr 4wd, no carpet, no back seat...) anyway the brakes suck, I think the booster is done.

Does anyone know if a master cylinder + booster combo out of a mid to late 80's GL wagon will fit in my 81? and hopefully give me more braking power? Right now stopping is un-nerving. I happened to see a GL wagon in a pick and pull near me last time I was there. Thanks.


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