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Brake Booster Rebuilding

When it comes to brake servo rebuilding there isn't much that we can't do or haven't done.

We rebuild YOUR brake booster and return it fully tested.

We rebuild Bendix, Midland, Delco, Kelsey Hayes, Girling, Hydrovac, Treadle Vac, Mater Vac, Hydroboost, Hydromax, Hy-Power, Dual Power and Vacuum Boosters 

Our rebuilding services, knowledge, and experience dates back to 1936 and in most cases when the part originated.   

We rebuild and return your unit unless we mutually determine a replacement is required.



BEFORE REBUILD and AFTER REBUILD 1949 Mack Fire Truck Brake Booster


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TRIUMPH TR6 Brake Servo REBUILDING

Triumph TR6 Brake Servo Rebuilding

 Offering a complete rebuild of your unit

 including replacement of the diaphragm.

Optional black powder coat finish.

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CALL: Scott at 260-426-3331

EMAIL: BrakePartsSTOP@aol.com

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Brake Materials and Parts Inc.

800 Sherman Blvd

Fort Wayne IN  46808

 260-426-3331

EMAIL: BrakePartsSTOP@aol.com

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Testimonials

  • "My Mercedes SUV has never stopped so well. I am going to tell all my friends about you. These are the best brakes I have ever had!"
    Bette Sue from Fort Wayne IN
    Totally Impressed Customer
  • "The QUALITY of workmanship, material and courteous personnel is second to none. Some time ago I brought in a set of brake bands for our Oliver and laid them on the counter. Sc..."
    Bill from Willshire OH
    Dedicated Farmer
  • "Thanks for the great job on my old brake shoes. I got them today and they look incredible. Almost too nice to hide in a brake drum!"
    Jim Q
    Riley Enthusiast