Speedway Hot Rod Accelerator Throttle Pedal, Solid Arm
Universal Fit, Steel, Chrome, 1.50" Pedal Length
- Fully adjust angle of pedal and arm
- Rubber pad insert
- Chrome plated
Fully adjusts angle of pedal and arm. Rubber pad inset. New solid arm design. Chrome plated.
This pedal is 6" from pivot to the center of the pedal pad on the spoon.
Pedal bushings are plastic.
NotesLength of arm from pivot point to top cable mounting hole center is 5.13". Length of arm from pivot point to end of pedal is 6.63". Three cable mounting holes 1/2" apart.
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