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Brake Pedal Mount
Brake Pedal Mount

Brake Pedal Mount

Universal Fit, 4.75" Overall Length, 2.75" Overall Height, 1.19" Depth, .37" Hole Diameter

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  • 1/8" steel
  • (6) 3/8" holes
  • 1/2" from center to center holes
  • 4 3/4" top to bottom
  • 2 5/8" from bend to edge of part

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MFG. Part #:
91641026
Overall Length:
4.75"
Overall Height:
2.75"
Depth:
1.19"
Hole Diameter:
.37"
Hole Count:
6
Centerline of Holes:
.50"
Material Thickness:
.12"
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Natural
Hardware Included:
No
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Each

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  • 1/8" Steel
  • (6) 3/8" Holes
  • 1/2" from center to center holes
  • 4-3/4" top to bottom
  • 2-5/8" from bend to edge of part

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