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AFCO 6610001 Forward Mount Dual Swing Brake/Clutch Pedals, 6.25: Ratio
AFCO 6610001 Forward Mount Dual Swing Brake/Clutch Pedals, 6.25: Ratio

AFCO 6610001 Forward Mount Dual Swing Brake/Clutch Pedals, 6.25: Ratio

Dirt Late Model, Modified, Pavement Late Model, Pony Stock, Stock Car, Aluminum, Anodized

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AFCO 6610001 Forward Mount Dual Swing Brake/Clutch Pedals, 6.25: Ratio
AFCO 6610001 Forward Mount Dual Swing Brake/Clutch Pedals, 6.25: Ratio
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6610001
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These forged aluminum forward mount pedals from Afco are top of the line in terms of quality and performance.  They feature ultra-strong upper mounts, a new rounded clevis design to prevent bias-bar lock-up at extreme limits of travel, and integral bias bearing stops to prevent lock-up when adjusting bias.
  • H-Beam forged aluminum pedal design
  • Ultra-strong upper mount has 52% less flex than the competition
  • Exclusive bias "tie-bar" adds strength and sets clevis spacing for proper master cylinder function
  • Ultra high strength bias bar; same strength of 7/16 bias bar in the traditional 3/8 size
  • Internal hex in bias bar eases bias set up
  • Four 1/4-20 auxiliary mounting posts for added rigidity
  • Extra coarse, industrial grade anti-skid foot pads
  • 4.36 lbs
  • 6.25:1 pedal ratio
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