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Lokar BAG-6123 64-68 Mustang Billet Aluminum Automatic Brake Pedal Pad
Lokar BAG-6123 64-68 Mustang Billet Aluminum Automatic Brake Pedal Pad

Lokar BAG-6123 64-68 Mustang Billet Aluminum Automatic Brake Pedal Pad

64-68 Ford Mustang, 1.88" Overall Length, 4.95" Overall Width, .57" Overall Thickness, Aluminum

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Lokar BAG-6123 64-68 Mustang Billet Aluminum Automatic Brake Pedal Pad
Lokar BAG-6123 64-68 Mustang Billet Aluminum Automatic Brake Pedal Pad
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MFG. Part #:
BAG-6123
Overall Length:
1.88"
Overall Width:
4.95"
Overall Thickness:
.57"
Material Type:
Aluminum
Finish:
Brushed
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GTIN Code:
835573008012

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• 6061-T6 Billet Aluminum
• CNC machined for looks and durability
• Direct replacement for stock assemblies
• Spring-loaded Throttle Pedal
• Delrin bushings for smooth pedal movement
• Rubber inserts on all brake pedal covers for traction
• 3M black adhesive included for installing rubber inserts
• Easy to install with basic hand tools
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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