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1949-50 Chevy Car Firewall Mount Brake Pedal Bracket Assembly
1949-50 Chevy Car Firewall Mount Brake Pedal Bracket Assembly

1949-50 Chevy Car Firewall Mount Brake Pedal Bracket Assembly

49-50 Chevy, Steel, Natural, Hardware Included

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1949-50 Chevy Car Firewall Mount Brake Pedal Bracket Assembly
1949-50 Chevy Car Firewall Mount Brake Pedal Bracket Assembly
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MFG. Part #:
9101949
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Natural
Hardware Included:
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This is garage sale priced because it is not in new condition.

No Warranty, No Returns on Garage Sale Items    

 

Check out this 1949-1950 Chevy car power brake booster mount brake pedal bracket. This kit will install firewall-mount power brakes on your classic Chevy car.

  • Bolt-in installation
  • Mounts booster using original firewall access panel opening
  • Includes:
    • Pedal arm
    • Brackets
    • Hardware
  • Complete your installation with¬†910-31409¬†master cylinder/booster combo and a pedal arm pad with 1/2"-20 thread¬†Brake Pedal Pads
  • Sold as kit

 

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