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1949-1954 Chevy Frame Rail Mount Pedal Assemblies
1949-1954 Chevy Frame Rail Mount Pedal Assemblies

1949-1954 Chevy Frame Rail Mount Pedal Assemblies

49-54 Chevy, 3.38" x 3.38" Bolt Hole Pattern, Steel, Painted

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1949-1954 Chevy Frame Rail Mount Pedal Assemblies
1949-1954 Chevy Frame Rail Mount Pedal Assemblies
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MFG. Part #:
91031986
Bolt Hole Pattern:
3.38" x 3.38"
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Painted
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Notes:
Includes pedal pad.

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This kit adapts our brake booster/master cylinder (not included, sold separately) This pedal assembly mounts to the OEM shelf of the stock transmission crossmember. No cutting or trimming required. Sturdy, steel pedal arm can easily be heated and bent to clear any obstacles your car may have.

Pedal assembly kit includes black powder coated bracket, pedal, and hardware.

Application

This pedal assembly will only work with an original K member. It will NOT work on a 1949-54 Chevy car convertable or hardtop. The pedal assembly works with automatic transmissions only! This is designed to work on two or four door cars.

Notes

  1. This pedal is intended for use in automatic transmission equipped cars. It DOES NOT work with stock clutch pedals.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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