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AFCO 6610005 6:1 Forward Swing Single Floor Brake Pedal
AFCO 6610005 6:1 Forward Swing Single Floor Brake Pedal

AFCO 6610005 6:1 Forward Swing Single Floor Brake Pedal

Dirt Late Model, Modified, Pavement Late Model, Sport Mod, Stock Car, Dark Gray

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AFCO 6610005 6:1 Forward Swing Single Floor Brake Pedal
AFCO 6610005 6:1 Forward Swing Single Floor Brake Pedal
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6610005
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This new AFCO Forward Single Brake Pedal allows for positioning of the clutch pedal to be away from the driver for better comfort. Fits Rocket, Black Diamond, Longhorn, and many other chassis

  • H-beam forged aluminum pedal design
  • Ultra high strength bias bar on brake pedal; same strength of 7/16” bias bar in the traditional 3/8” size
  • Rounded clevis design prevents bias-bar lock-up at extreme limits of travel
  • Integral bias bearing stops prevent lock-up when adjusting bias
  • Extra coarse, industrial grade anti-skid foot pads
  • Internal hex in bias bar eases bias set up
  • 6:1 Pedal ratio
  • Brake pedal weight: 2.20 lbs
  • AFCO master cylinders sold separately
  • Master cylinder studs for easy installation
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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