1932 Lo-Boy Brake Pedal Firewall Mount Bracket
8.00" Overall Height, 7.31" Overall Width, 5.13" Mounted Length, 3.25" x 4.00 Bolt Hole Pattern
Use this bracket when you want to install a firewall mounted master cylinder pedal. Kit requires the use of a pedal assembly and related hardware salvaged from a 1974-78 Mustang II, 1974-80 Pinto, or a 1974-80 Bobcat.
Bracket mounts both the pedal and master cylinder.
Item DetailsUse when you want to install a firewall mounted master cylinder and pedal.
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