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1940-48 Chevy Car Frame Rail Mount Pedal Assemblies

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Material Type:
Steel
Sold in Quantity:
Kit
Feed:
Single
Finish:
Natural
Bolt Hole Pattern:
3.38" x 3.38"
Hardware Included:
Yes
Notes
Includes pedal, pedal pad and threaded bung.
1940-48 Chevy Car Frame Rail Mount Pedal Assemblies

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This kit adapts our brake booster/master cylinder (not included) to the left frame rail (boxed or open channel) of a 1940-48 Chevy passenger car frame. Bracket bolts to frame (slight trimming may be required). Sturdy, steel pedal arm can easily be heated and bent to clear any obstacles your car may have. Round pedal pad screws onto pedal to finish the installation. 

Pedal assembly kit includes zinc plated bracket, pedal, pedal pad and hardware.

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In order to mount the bracket to the frame (top hat), the bolts must be about 3 inches long to pass through the frame. Are the necessary bolts included? Also, if one were to purchase a master cylinder/booster (single or dual diaphragm) would replacement parts be available through a local NAPA or other parts source if I were to need a master cylinder suddenly for example? In other words, are these common parts to specific vehicles. Thank you in advance, Paul Ontario, Canada

Paul
Ontario, Canada
July 21, 2016

In order to mount the bracket to the frame (top hat), the bolts must be about 3 inches long to pass through the frame. Are the necessary bolts included? Also, if one were to purchase a master cylinder/booster (single or dual diaphragm) would replacement parts be available through a local NAPA or other parts source if I were to need a master cylinder suddenly for example? In other words, are these common parts to specific vehicles. Thank you in advance, Paul Ontario, Canada

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July 22, 2016
John
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The hardware included is shown in the photos on our website for the pedal assembly 91630959. These are not an OEM pedal assembly and depending on the builders application may require modification and different bolts or hardware. Master cylinder used is common to mid 70's to 82 corvette applications however the new master cylinders suggested have 3/8x24 IFF outlets on both sides whereas the NAPA replacement will only have outlets on one side and likely in different thread sizes.
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