1937-39 Chevy Car Master Cylinder & Frame Rail Mount
Frame Position, Disc/Drum Brake System Type, Reverse Master Cylinder Mount Type
- The ideal combination for a clean and simple 1937-1939 Chevy passenger car brake system
- The 1" bore master cylinder is suitable for 4-wheel disc or disc/drum brake setups
- The bracket can be bolted or welded to the left frame rail (boxed or stock)
- Kit includes a dual feed master cylinder, frame bracket, steel pedal arm that can be easily modified for driver comfort
- Kit includes hardware
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The ideal combination for a clean and simple 1937-1939 Chevy passenger car brake system. The 1" bore master cylinder is suitable for 4-wheel disc or disc/drum brake setups. The bracket can be bolted or welded to the left frame rail (boxed or stock).
Kit includes a dual feed master cylinder, frame bracket, steel pedal arm that can be easily modified for driver comfort and hardware.
Item DetailsFrame Rail Pedal Mount
916-31939 Instructions (PDF)
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What's In The Kit
Brake Pedal 1939-37 Chevy Car FramePart # 91631939-1Qty x 1
Speedway Dual Feed Brake Master Cylinder, 1 Inch Bore, Disc/DrumPart # 91031420Qty x 1
Brake Pedal Pad, Round, RubberPart # 91031200Qty x 1
Bolt & Nut Set/35+ Brake PedalPart # 91631935-2Qty x 1
Threaded Steel Weld Bung Fitting, 1/4 Inch NPT FemalePart # 6176702Qty x 1
Replacement Pushrod for Manual Master CylinderPart # 91631946Qty x 1
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