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Asked by Jul 09, 2017 at 09:44 PM about the 1960 Pontiac Catalina

Question type: General

Can my 1960 Catalina run with just a master
cylinder for my brakes?

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80,065

What does that mean? You still need all the other brake parts.

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I was asking my neighbor about installing a booster and master cylinder for me, he stated thated I really didn't need the booster just the master cylinder as long as I have all good lines and everything else is good all the way around. Is that so?

80,065

Did the car come with a brake booster originally? If you have never drive an old car without a booster you will be in for a shock at how much braking effort it takes to stop.

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I will need to research it and see if it came with it originally, I have never driven an old car so I'm trying to make sure I get all the info I can. When I purchased the car it didn't have neither booster or cylinder.

80,065

You want the booster, really you do.

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OK, that's what I needed to know. What about power steering? It was an option on that car

80,065

You will probably want the power steering too.

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Cool beans, that's what I figured. Thanks so much.

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