Power Brakes Conversion Pedal Rod Extension for 1964-66 Mustang
Steel, Zinc Plated
Use these handy brake pedal push rod extensions when converting your 1964-66 Mustang, with Auto transmission, from stock drum brakes to power brakes.
- Designed for 1964-66 Mustangs w/automatic transmission
- Used when converting to power brake system
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