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EMi Schnee® Sprint Car Black Chromoly Brake Pedal
EMi Schnee® Sprint Car Black Chromoly Brake Pedal

EMi Schnee® Sprint Car Black Chromoly Brake Pedal

Midget, Sprint Car, 16.00" Overall Length, 5.50" Overall Width, 1.00" Diameter, Steel

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EMi Schnee® Sprint Car Black Chromoly Brake Pedal
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Schnee Chassis estimates this item will ship on or before June 10th.
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Overall Length:
16.00"
Overall Width:
5.50"
Diameter:
1.00"
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Powder Coated
Hardware Included:
No
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Each

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Schnee® factory-built component. Strong, lightweight tubular steel brake pedal for Schnee® raised-rail chassis.

  • Strong, lightweight tubular steel construction
  • Designed for Eagle raised-rail chassis, but can be used on other chassis
  • Knurled foot rest
  • Black finish
  • Material: Chromoly lightweight steel
  • Tubing: 1" O.D.
  • Wall thickness: 0.040"
  • Length: (from chassis pivot to bottom): 13"
  • Length: (from chassis pivot to master cylinder spud): 2-1/2" (center to center)
  • Pedal width: 5"
  • Mount hole center to lowest point: 14-1/2"
  • Mount hole center to master cylinder hole: 2-1/4"

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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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