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Universal Frame Rail Power Brake Pedal Mount

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Specs
Material Type:
Steel
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Finish:
Zinc
Bolt Hole Pattern:
2.45" x 9.75"
Hardware Included:
Yes
Garage Sale:
No
Overall Length:
10.50
Notes
Pedal pad mounting hole is 1/2"-20 thread
Universal Frame Rail Power Brake Pedal Mount
Universal Frame Rail Power Brake Pedal Mount
Universal Frame Rail Power Brake Pedal Mount

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Q & A

What's in the Box

  • Mounting bracket sets off frame rail 2 inches for clearance 
  • Push rod center is 4 inches from frame rail mounting bracket
  • Uses standard GM booster with 4 bolt mounting holes, 3-3/8" centers
  • 10-1/2" tall brake pedal arm with clevis and push rod
  • Pedal arm has 1/2" hole for pedal pad.
  • Mounting hardware included

Customer Reviews

Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
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fleetline
Verified Purchaser
Calgary Alberta

really nice quality, well priced

May 25, 2015
Perfect fit,correct parts,good quality 3 things I look for, speedway comes thru again.
Pros:
  • Fair Price
  • Good Quality
  • quick service
Cons:
  • I Don't Have Enuff Money
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Willy41
Verified Purchaser
Middletown, CT

Universal capability was welcomed

February 05, 2015
I installed the Universal frame rail power brake pedal mount in our 41 Willys coupe gasser project. We converted to a 4 speed standard shift so we needed to install a clutch pedal. I converted the Brake Pedal Mount to use as a mechanical clutch pedal mount. It works fine accessing the throwout bearing arm with no problem. Give this unit a high rating.
Pros:
  • *****
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Willy41
Verified Purchaser
Middletown, CT

Universal capability was welcomed

February 05, 2015
I installed the Universal frame rail power brake pedal mount in our 41 Willys coupe gasser project. We converted to a 4 speed standard shift so we needed to install a clutch pedal. I converted the Brake Pedal Mount to use as a mechanical clutch pedal mount. It works fine accessing the throwout bearing arm with no problem. Give this unit a high rating.
Pros:
  • *****
Yes, I recommend this product.
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JD
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hOLLY MICHGIAN

Got me out of a bind

September 18, 2012
HAVE NOT INSTALLED IT YET LOOKS LIKE IT WILL WORK FINE WITHOUT TO MANY MODFICATIONS.
Pros:
  • Easy To Install
Yes, I recommend this product.
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dave the racer
Verified Purchaser
blackstone valley,ri

ultimate item

March 25, 2012
right fit right product
Pros:
  • Easy To Install
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Product Q&A

5 questions : 6 answers

1 answers

Has there been research on fit of other earlier light trucks such as IHC I am restoring a 1956 S120 International 4X4 Travelall. The current master cylinder is located between the frame and the engine block ahead of and actuated off a pivot shaft mounted between the frame and the bell housing. The floor of the cab area has an inspection plate that is an indication that earlier models, using a common chassis and body layout, had the master cylinder to the rear of the pivot. Do you have an idea of the relationship of this bracket and the location of the MC/brake peddle...the suitability of this application of this bracket. I am a welder/fabricator so modifications would be straight forward and doing such would save time over fabricating from scratch.

BruceAFrank
San Jose, CA, USA
February 07, 2015

Has there been research on fit of other earlier light trucks such as IHC I am restoring a 1956 S120 International 4X4 Travelall. The current master cylinder is located between the frame and the engine block ahead of and actuated off a pivot shaft mounted between the frame and the bell housing. The floor of the cab area has an inspection plate that is an indication that earlier models, using a common chassis and body layout, had the master cylinder to the rear of the pivot. Do you have an idea of the relationship of this bracket and the location of the MC/brake peddle...the suitability of this application of this bracket. I am a welder/fabricator so modifications would be straight forward and doing such would save time over fabricating from scratch.

Answers

February 09, 2015
EricM
We apologize but do not have information in regards to fit of this universal pedal mount on your International Travelall. This assembly has been used on almost any application and surely has been used on International pickups but the amount of modification is unknown. The pedal itself in many cases can be heated and bent to the desired location after the brackets are mounted to the frame.
2 answers

Would this fit a a 37 Plymouth Frame?

Maccer
Charlotte, NC, USA
September 04, 2014

Would this fit a a 37 Plymouth Frame?

Answers

February 06, 2015
Willy41
It is universal. You can fabricate it! Sure.
September 04, 2014
EricM
This pedal is a universal item and can be used on many applications. As long as your frame rails are at least 3" tall you should be able use this pedal on your car.
1 answers

What size frame rail will this unit fit?

V8Square
January 23, 2014

What size frame rail will this unit fit?

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January 23, 2014
EricM
The bolt holes for mounting to the frame are 2.45" tall from center to center. As long as your frame rails are 3" tall or more then this pedal mount should be able to be bolted to it.
1 answers

will this fit a 49-54 chevy pick up?

kieran
October 09, 2013

will this fit a 49-54 chevy pick up?

Answers

October 09, 2013
Jason
Universal rail mount pedal assembly number 91631987 could be used on a 49-54 Chevy pickup or for a direct application we also offer 91031977 which is designed for the 47-54 Chevy Pickup and both will take a master cylinder for manual brakes or four bolt mounts for a power booster. The universal would require drilling two holes for manual brakes and the direct application would require drilling 4 holes for the booster.
1 answers

Would 91631987 be a good option for mounting onto an 83 S10 frame to a 50 Chevy 3100 pick-up cab? The brake pedal arm looks similar to factory.

Phil
Minnesota
August 05, 2015

Would 91631987 be a good option for mounting onto an 83 S10 frame to a 50 Chevy 3100 pick-up cab? The brake pedal arm looks similar to factory.

Answers

August 07, 2015
Wayne
Expert
I believe you are on the right track here. Do keep in mind that you may have to do some ingenious bracketing under the floor with the S-10 frame, however it should work fine for you.
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