Universal Fit Firewall Mount Clutch/Brake Pedal Assembly
Universal Fit, 15.5" Overall Height, 8.375" Overall Width, 4.5625" Depth, Steel, Zinc Plated
Use this bracket when you want to install a firewall mounted master cylinder pedal. These universal brackets mount the pedal, brake master cylinder and clutch master cylinder. Works with manual brake master cylinders (with 3-1/4" bolt centers) and clutch master cylinders (with 2-1/4" bolt centers). Made from laser-cut 1/4" thick steel plate.
- Brake and clutch pedal assembly
- Mounts neatly on your firewall
- Universal fit
- 6:1 pedal ratio
- Bronze bushings provide smooth operation
- Zinc plated finish for corrosion resistance
- Made in the U.S.A.
- Pedal pads sold separately
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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