1955-1958 Pontiac, Buick & Oldsmobile Power Brake Treadle Vac Master Cylinder Booster   Rebuild Service
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1955-1958 Pontiac, Buick & Oldsmobile Power Brake Treadle Vac Master Cylinder Booster Rebuild Service

Item Id: CL-06-005
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THIS IS A SERVICE NOT A PRODUCT: Send us your 1952-1953-1954-1955-1956-1957-1958-1959-1960-1961-1962-1963-1964 Pontiac, Buick or Oldsmobile booster core. We disassemble the entire the brake booster and restore or replace any of the interior pieces, plus we use new gaskets and rubbers for a perfect seal. The power brake boosters have also been stripped and painted to give it the finishing touch. The turn around is 3-4 weeks.


PRODUCT FEATURES: We can rebuild any Bendix Treadle Vac and Delco Moraine for all 1952-1964 Buick, Pontiac, Oldsmobile, Cadillac, and Chevrolet cars.

YOU MUST PROVIDE THE CORE. See below for specific models and years:

1. 1955-1962 Buick Moraine/Treadle Vac Brake Booster
2. 1955-1962 Chevrolet Moraine/Treadle Vac Brake Booster
3. 1953-1962 Pontiac Moraine/Treadle Vac Brake Booster
4. 1952-1961 Cadillac Moraine/Treadle Vac Brake Booster
5. 1953-1964 Oldsmobile Moraine/Treadle Vac Brake Booster

DID YOU KNOW?
All treadle vac boosters are actually manufactured by Bendix. The company manufactured brake systems for cars and trucks primarily for General motors. Bendix not only manufactured Treadle Vac vacuum boosters but also hydraulic brake systems.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
What's the DIFFERENCE between a Bendix Treadle Vac and a Delco Moraine booster?

Bendix has an aluminum master cylinder where as the Delco Moraine has a cast iron. For 1959 and up, the Bendix booster also has a screw top and is in the shape of a stop sign (octagon) at its outer most perimeter, whereas the Delco Moraine booster is a twist lock and rounded.


How should I ship my core?

After you have purchased the item using the "With Core Exchange" option, you will receive an email confirmation. Please print out the invoice confirmation and include it with your core. Use plenty of padding when shipping the core.


  • Rebuilt and Restored to Factory Specs
  • Must have exchange.
  • Customer Reviews

    RatingBendix Treadle vac master cylinder power booster

    "I received my part in a timely fashion. Part condition was unbelievable. What a great rebuild. Looks Awesome too. Too bad everything in engine compartment covers it up. They delivered exactly what was promised "

    Reviewed by:  from Tabernacle NJ. - 12/18/2016
    5/5

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    "EXCELLENT JOB, REASONABLE COST, VERY EFFICIENT TO WORK WITH. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THEM FOR THIS TYPE OF WORK."

    Reviewed by:  from LANCASTER, PA. - 12/16/2016
    5/5

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    Rating1957 Olds Rocket 88

    "Had the one off the car rebuilt, put it right back on, bled it out, and works perfect! The paint finish and look of the part after the restoration is choice ! And whatever paint it is, brake fluid doesn't even affect it (it's hard to know how much fluid is inside these when bleeding and it's hard to not end up dribbling brake fluid all over it) happy customer. I won't be late (to stop) in my 88. "

    Reviewed by:  from Dayton. - 8/12/2017
    5/5

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    Q:what you are displaying for the 55 Pontiac rebuilt Treadle booster and master cylender are absolutely no difference to the 55 chevy. i got a 55 pontiac with pwr brakes and it looks identical to the 55 chevy in every aspect but your charging more for that rebuild that unit ? Asked by:  - 5/28/2016 (Submit an answer)
    A: Great question Jay. There are two reasons why there is a difference in the cost. First, there is a difference in the boosters. Although they look alike there are difference in the vacuum port, the length of the plunger rod, etc. Second, we do hundreds of Chevy boosters but not as many Pontiacs, so have a limited supply of spare parts when rebuilding the boosters. I hope this helps.
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    Q:does this unit fit a 58 bonneville ? Asked by:  - 11/9/2015 (Submit an answer)
    A: Since you would be sending us your core it all depends on what you send us.
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