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Brake Pedal Pad, Round, Rubber
Brake Pedal Pad, Round, Rubber

Brake Pedal Pad, Round, Rubber

Universal Fit, 3.33" Base Diameter, 0.50" Thread Length, 1/4" NPT Thread Pitch, Steel

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  • Vintage concentric circular pattern, 3 1/2" O.D.
  • 1/4" NPT mounting stud
  • Molded hard rubber construction

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MFG. Part #:
91031200
Base Diameter:
3.33"
Thread Length:
0.50"
Thread Pitch:
1/4" NPT
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Zinc Plated
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Each
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Rubber pad.

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Rubber brake pedal cover has a concentric circular pattern like original equipment. 1/4" NPT stud (the shank is .650" in length). Molded hard-rubber construction and is 3-1/2" dia. 

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