1935-40 Ford Frame X-Member Mount Power Brake Pedal Assembly
3.33" Diameter, 3.38" x 3.38" Bolt Hole Pattern, Single Feed, Steel, Hardware Included
- Bolts to original Ford frame X member (slight trimming may be required)
- Brake booster/master cylinder not included (sold separately)
- Brake booster/ master cylinder not included (sold separately)
- Includes Zinc plated bracket, pedal pad and hardware
- Intended for use on vehicles with automatic transmission-will not work with factory clutch pedals
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Use this bracket and pedal to install our brake booster/master cylinder (not included, sold separately) by bolting it to the original "X" member. (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 (included) screws onto pedal to finish the installation.
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.
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What's In The Kit
Brake Pedal 35-40 Ford X-MNTPart # 91631940-1Qty x 1
Threaded Steel Weld Bung Fitting, 1/4 Inch NPT FemalePart # 6176702Qty x 1
Brake Pedal Pad, Round, RubberPart # 91031200Qty x 1
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