1935-1940 Ford Frame Rail Mount Brake Pedal Assembly
35-40 Ford, 11.00" Overall Length, 3.38" x 3.38" Bolt Hole Pattern, Single Feed, Steel
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This kit adapts our brake booster/master cylinder (not included, sold separately at right) to the left frame rail (boxed or open channel) of a reproduction Early Ford frame or one without it's original crossmember. 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.
Will NOT work in conjunction with the factory clutch pedal. Intended for use with an Automatic Transmission.
Frame Rail Mount Pedal Assembly:
- Pedal measures 11" from center of pivot point to outside of arm at the bend
- Pedal measures 8-3/4" from the pedal pad mounting point to the outside of arm at bend
- The mounting plate has a 2-1/4" step from the frame mounting flange
- From this step to the outside of the pedal arm is 3-1/2"
- To clevis center pivot point is 1-3/4"
- Bolt spacing on mounting plate is 10-1/4" x 2-1/2"
What's In The Kit
Brake Pedal 35-40 Ford RailPart # 91631935-1Qty x 1
Threaded Steel Weld Bung Fitting, 1/4 Inch NPT FemalePart # 6176702Qty x 1
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Q & A
Pat talks about some of our Lokar throttle cable and pedal setups.
Tim talks about why using a new pedal assembly may be better for your project than the original pedal assembly.
Tim demonstrates the brake assembly with a Wide 5 drum brake and Speedway's new self-energizing backing plate.
Tim explains the process of adjusting Buick Finned Drums to fit Speedway's self-energizing backing plate assembly.
Street Rod Tech Kevin W. talks about the first steps in his plans of a disc brake upgrade on his 1954 Chevy Bel Air, upgrading the pedal to an under-dash setup and adding a booster.
Heath finally gets the opportunity to work on rear disc brakes. He explains some things that went great during this project, and not so great. Find out what the advantages and disadvantages are of running disc brakes.
Grant Kroft’s 1929 Ford Model A shows us that if you are passionate enough about something, nothing can stop you from achieving your goal. Read the story behind this hot rodder!