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Brake/Clutch Master Cylinder Pedal Firewall Brace Mount Plate
Brake/Clutch Master Cylinder Pedal Firewall Brace Mount Plate

Brake/Clutch Master Cylinder Pedal Firewall Brace Mount Plate

Universal Fit, 12.00" Overall Length, 6.75" Overall Height, 1.50" Inside Diameter, Steel

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Brake/Clutch Master Cylinder Pedal Firewall Brace Mount Plate
Brake/Clutch Master Cylinder Pedal Firewall Brace Mount Plate
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  • Steel mounting plate for hanging pedals
  • Fits all aluminum Wilwood, U.S. Brake, or Tilton brake/clutch pedals
  • 12 x 6.75"
  • 0.18" thick

Details

MFG. Part #:
91641025
Overall Length:
12.00"
Overall Height:
6.75"
Bolt Hole Pattern:
2-1/4" Center to Center
Inside Diameter:
1.50"
Centerline of Holes:
2.25"
Material Thickness:
.18"
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Natural
Sold in Quantity:
Each

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A simple rigid steel mount for hanging your pedals. Fits all aluminum Wilwood, U.S. Brake, or Tilton brake/clutch pedals and master cylinders we sell.

Specs

  • 2-1/4" Master Cylinder bolt pattern center on center 
  • 2-5/8" (3) and 2-1/2" (2) master cylinder spacing on center

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  • Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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