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Master Cylinder/Pedal Assembly for Model T, A, 1932 Ford

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Specs
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Kit
Feed:
Dual
Outlet Fitting:
3/8"-24 IFF
Centerline of Holes:
3.25
Bore Size:
1.00
Pedal Length:
11.00
Notes
Includes master cylinder and pedal with pad.
Master Cylinder/Pedal Assembly for Model T, A, 1932 Ford
Master Cylinder/Pedal Assembly for Model T, A, 1932 Ford
Master Cylinder/Pedal Assembly for Model T, A, 1932 Ford
Master Cylinder/Pedal Assembly for Model T, A, 1932 Ford

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Reviews (28)

Q & A (18)

What's in the Box

Info

Designed for a clean and simple install onto Model T, Model A, and 1932 Ford frame. The included 1" bore remanufactured master cylinder is suitable for 4-wheel disc or disc/drum brake setups. The outlet ports are 3/8"-24 IFF. The bracket can be bolted or welded to the left frame rail (boxed or stock).

Kit includes a dual feed master cylinder, frame bracket, and a steel pedal arm w/ pad that can be easily modified for driver comfort.

Note: Will NOT work in conjunction with the factory clutch pedal. Intended for use with an Automatic Transmission.

916-31926 Instructions (PDF) 

Learn more about selecting the proper master cylinder for your vehicle by reading our tech article. Brake System Selection. 

Item Details

Fits Model T, Model A, and 1932 frames.

Application

Pedal can be modified by cutting the depth of the pedal arm, or by bending the arm in an L shape to stagger the pedal. The pedal pad screws into a bung, which must be welded to the pedal assembly once you have determined exactly how you want it configured.

Specs

  • Both fluid outlets are 3/8" -24 Inverted flare female.
  • Overall Height of Pedal:  11" (from the center of the pivot)
  • Pedal Ratio:  6:1
  • Frame bracket is 4" front-to-back, 4-1/2" tall, and 3-1/4" from top of bracket down to centerline of master cyl. mount
  • From where master cylinder bolts to the bracket to the end of the master cylinder is 7”
  • Master Cylinder Overall Height:  5”
  • From the mounting holes to the top is 4-1/4”

Customer Reviews

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 28 reviewers.
RATING BREAKDOWN
28 reviews
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4 Stars
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3 Stars
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RJ
Verified Purchaser
Bakersfield, ca

Nice product

March 08, 2016
Great price
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Woodman
Verified Purchaser
Verified Reviewer
Smithfield , Va

Nice piece

January 23, 2016
I would use and recommend this product to other Hot Rodders
Pros:
  • Like The Old School Look
  • Makes Firewall Clean
  • Unit Hidden Under Floor
Cons:
  • Had To Cut Pedal Arm
  • Pedal Arm Needs Redone
Yes, I recommend this product.
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RAY ELLIS
Verified Purchaser
Verified Reviewer
CT.

Works great !!!

November 12, 2015
I bought this product for my 1932 Hot Rod and it works great, you may have to do a little alterations for your project, but it will work just fine !!!
Yes, I recommend this product.
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street rod
Verified Purchaser
douglas wyoming

BRAKES

October 05, 2015
have used thise set up several times and it works great slides all four tires
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Dave
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Verified Reviewer
DeMotte, Indiana

Master Cykinder/Pedal Assembly

October 02, 2015
Mounted to frame in 5 minutes using supplied bolts. welded in later. worked perfect.
Pros:
  • Easy To Install
Cons:
  • None
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Henry
Verified Reviewer
Sloatsburg, Ny

Perfect

August 18, 2015
This thing worked great. Easy to install. I would recomend drilling a hole and installing a grease fitting on the peddal part where it goes over the shaft.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Scotty's Kustomz
Verified Purchaser
Verified Reviewer
Saint Cloud, MN

Great quality!

July 30, 2015
I installed this product on a rat rod project and it was easy to install and works great!
Pros:
  • Quality At A Low Price
  • Easy Install
  • Multiple Applications
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Fine29
Verified Purchaser
Verified Reviewer
Des Moines, is

Easy to use

May 12, 2015
Wish the bolt that holds the pedal assembly on was a stud instead so it was easier to adapt to a boxed Frame.
Pros:
  • Easy To Set Up And Use
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Acoupe30
Oregon, USA

Nice simple setup

April 11, 2015
Redid old setup with this kit. Did modify arm but that was expected.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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douglasstowing68
Verified Purchaser

Very good product.

March 30, 2015
I bought this for my ratrod. Works perfect would buy again.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Product Q&A

18 questions : 20 answers

2 answers

what for micro switch to run brake lights?

29frd
pa
October 28, 2014

what for micro switch to run brake lights?

Answers

March 16, 2015
Morris29
Pressure brake switch, part #910-31 307 switch with pigtail.
October 29, 2014
EricM
This pedal does not have a micro switch for brake lights. You could add one if needed.
1 answers

What do you use as a bushing on the lower part of the pedal lever? What do you use as a bushing on the lower part of the pedal lever, the area which pivots on the mount bracket. I have an early issue unit from Speedway similar, and it seems to be a bronze sleeve bushing. I may need to replace this bushing since so much heating & bending for clearance may have distorted it. I 'd like to know the size of this bushing, if you have this, or where to get one. Can't get a new pedal.as now mine's bent just right. Thanks a bunch! You Guys are always a Help.

Artie
Bristol,Tn.
August 07, 2014

What do you use as a bushing on the lower part of the pedal lever? What do you use as a bushing on the lower part of the pedal lever, the area which pivots on the mount bracket. I have an early issue unit from Speedway similar, and it seems to be a bronze sleeve bushing. I may need to replace this bushing since so much heating & bending for clearance may have distorted it. I 'd like to know the size of this bushing, if you have this, or where to get one. Can't get a new pedal.as now mine's bent just right. Thanks a bunch! You Guys are always a Help.

Answers

August 11, 2014
EricM
The current version of this pedal is simply one steel tube over another with one being slightly smaller on the inside and greased for smooth operation. No bushing is used any longer. If you have an older pedal that has a brass bushing then you could have a machine shop make one the correct size for you if it needs replaced.
1 answers

What is engagment The instructions call for at least "1/2 inch of engagement at the pushrod" Not exactly sure what this means. Are we talking about the amount of travel?, Or something else. Thanks, Jeff

ohtara1211
New York
August 06, 2014

What is engagment The instructions call for at least "1/2 inch of engagement at the pushrod" Not exactly sure what this means. Are we talking about the amount of travel?, Or something else. Thanks, Jeff

Answers

August 06, 2014
EricM
I am not sure exactly what portion of the instructions you are referring to but I believe it is step 2 which I have copy and pasted here: 2. Assemble the master cylinder to the brake pedal frame mount with the 3/8"-16 x 1-1/2" bolts, washers and nylock nuts. Torque these to 18-24 ft. lbs. Assemble the brake pedal on to the brake pedal frame mount. Install the clevis on to the brake pedal and adjust the pedal location so the center of the clevis pin is ½" forward from the center line of the brake pedal pivot. The last sentence is describing what is shown in the illustration on the following page of the instructions. I have attached that illustration here as well. Pushrod adjustment is as simple as getting the clevis bolt 1/2" ahead of the pedal pivot when the pedal is at rest. Here is a link to the full instructions as well. http://static.speedwaymotors.com/pdf/916-31926.pdf
1 answers

With this assembly mounted on a model A frame, does it put the pedal on the right side of the steering column ?

Jeff020571
France
May 21, 2014

With this assembly mounted on a model A frame, does it put the pedal on the right side of the steering column ?

Answers

May 21, 2014
Travisp
Assembly number 91631926 commonly puts the pedal close to the column on the right side If wanting to keep it on one side or the other it can be heated and bent or stepped if desired. If you want one to the left of the column we offer our offset pedal assembly under number 9162327 to put the pedal clear to the left of the column.
1 answers

Brake system I'm new to building brake systems,I would like to know what fittings needed for my system. Planning to use the inverted double Flare brake line. Here's what parts I'm using from Speedway..pt.no's 910-31945,916-31926,910-31358,910-31345,910-31347. Also, I know I'm going to have to use a tee fitting for the front and rear,what is the part no. I know I might be missing some special angle fittings, but just give me the basic fittings. Thanks A lot!!

ZebWalton
Pa
March 30, 2014

Brake system I'm new to building brake systems,I would like to know what fittings needed for my system. Planning to use the inverted double Flare brake line. Here's what parts I'm using from Speedway..pt.no's 910-31945,916-31926,910-31358,910-31345,910-31347. Also, I know I'm going to have to use a tee fitting for the front and rear,what is the part no. I know I might be missing some special angle fittings, but just give me the basic fittings. Thanks A lot!!

Answers

April 01, 2014
EricM
With the calipers in the brake kit number 91031945 you will need the flexible hose kit such as number 6178563, the master cylinder in kit number 91631926 has 3/8x24 inverted flare female so no special fittings are needed and your 3/16 flared line with the thread nuts installed will thread right in. The proportioning block number 91031358 has all the proper 3/8 x 24 female fittings and no adapters needed, the residual valves are 1/8 NPT and require adapter fittings number 91031831 times four. In our catalog and on our website we have brake builders tips that can prove useful.
1 answers

What is the replace master cylinder part number?

Mdt70
January 16, 2014

What is the replace master cylinder part number?

Answers

January 16, 2014
EricM
This pedal kit uses master cylinder number 91031420.
1 answers

what stops this pedal arm on depression it looks like the pedal could continue releasing until the brake rod falls out of the mastercylinder?

banksy
Oklahoma, USA
March 24, 2013

what stops this pedal arm on depression it looks like the pedal could continue releasing until the brake rod falls out of the mastercylinder?

Answers

March 26, 2013
Jason
On part number 91631926 the push rod is retained in the master cylinder with a star shaped clip. This retainer is simply to keep the push rod from falling out but should not be relied on for pedal stop. The pedal stop is normally on the body of the car or car floor depending on application. This is the pedal assembly, bracket, and one inch bore master cylinder only and does not include a floor or firewall section of a vehicle that would provide the pedal stop.
1 answers

what size is the bolt that holds the pedal arm on the bracket? I lost my bolt during a rebuild and can't seem to find one that fits. I've tried 1/2" and 9/16" (too small), and 5/8" (too big). Help me out please.

smckelvey
baltimore
March 19, 2013

what size is the bolt that holds the pedal arm on the bracket? I lost my bolt during a rebuild and can't seem to find one that fits. I've tried 1/2" and 9/16" (too small), and 5/8" (too big). Help me out please.

Answers

March 20, 2013
Jason
The bolt that comes with this pedal assembly is a 1/2-20 by 4-1/2" long grade 5 hex head. This should fit in the spud on the bracket.
1 answers

how does the pedal mount to the arm?

May 22, 2011

how does the pedal mount to the arm?

Answers

May 23, 2011
John
This is a universal master cylinder and pedal assembly we offer for the T, A, and 32 applications but can be adapted to many other uses. It features a 1” bore master cylinder that will work fine with 4 wheel drum, disc front and drum rear, and even 4 wheel disc brakes. Pedal ratio is sufficient for these applications and bore size should furnish enough fluid for proper braking. As mounted under the floor we also suggest front and rear residual valves for the correct brake style used and an adjustable proportioning valve in the line to the rear.
1 answers

Can this master/brake pedal be used on front and rear DRUM brakes?? I'm building a 1930 Model A with stock frame. Thanks, Mike

May 22, 2011

Can this master/brake pedal be used on front and rear DRUM brakes?? I'm building a 1930 Model A with stock frame. Thanks, Mike

Answers

June 22, 2011
John
This is a universal master cylinder and pedal assembly we offer for the T, A, and 32 applications but can be adapted to many other uses. It features a 1” bore master cylinder that will work fine with 4 wheel drum, disc front and drum rear, and even 4 wheel disc brakes. Pedal ratio is sufficient for these applications and bore size should furnish enough fluid for proper braking. As mounted under the floor we also suggest front and rear residual valves for the correct brake style used and an adjustable proportioning valve in the line to the rear.
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