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Unread 05-04-2010, 11:23 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by jeepsarecool View Post
Are you saying the YJ setup is as good as your booster setup? I don't want you to shoot yourself in the foot here, but I was under the impression that the vanco setup addressed some alignment problems with the pedal and push rod?
It can be yes, I don't mind guys saving a buck. The thing is the rod has to be made the perfect length and straight. It's not a bolt on, but can be machined to fit correctly.

Mine on the other hand is a bolt on.

If you have the money and can afford it, he is highly reccomemded. Hell one time i called with a question and he was one that answered the phone...
The only times I don't answer the phones personally is if I am on the phone, then Eddie (my brother) grabs it. We've both been here at Vanco since 1984 together.

Vanco Power Brake Supply
9738 Atlantic Ave
South Gate, Ca 90280
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