MBM Offers New MOPAR-Style Brake Boosters




MBM, a manufacturer of brake boosters, steering and suspension products (www.mbmbrakeboosters.com), announced it will offer the new MOPAR style brake booster and master cylinders. The North Carolina-based company’s newest line includes products that range from disc brake conversion kits to the hard-to-find genuine replacement MOPAR 1966 - 74 B & E Body brake booster parts. These parts are not remanufactured.

MBM has been serving the wholesale auto parts industry for more than 30 years. It ships all of its products from its 50,000-square-foot facility located in the beautiful mountains of Asheville, N.C.

MBM produces all of the parts found on its website, www.mbmbrakes.com, and stands behind its products. MBM was the first certified General Motors restoration licensed parts manufacturers to offer hard-to-find Delco Moraine brake boosters. These boosters are hand assembled by U.S. workers in Asheville, N.C.

The company primarily focuses on manufacturing its products for hot rods and vintage vehicles.

“MBM continues to provide top-quality parts at competitive prices,” said President John Mcleod. “Our staff strives to bring you the top notch service you expect, and we do it every single day. From our highly-trained knowledgeable sales team to our shipping department, we work hard to get you your parts in a timely manner. Our customer service does not stop at the sale of an item; we provide tech support with every sale and will help trouble shoot customer’s problems and get their car back on the road. It’s all part of the MBM advantage”

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