Universal Standard Brake Pedal Assembly, T-Bucket
Universal Fit, Frame Position, Disc/Drum Brake System Type, Reverse Master Cylinder Mount Type
- This standard brake pedal assembly is the same as that featured on our T-Bucket kits and be used for many universal applications
- Features a 1" bore '70s style Ford Mustang master cylinder suitable for disc/drum applications
- Includes brake pedal, standard dual feed master cylinder, push rod, clevis, pedal pad mount bracket
- No residual valves or proportioning built in but can be added separately
- Pedal pads sold separately, part # 7024852 for stainless seel with rubber insert, part # 9108507 is polished aluminum with rubber insert or part # 91031200 for standard rubber
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This standard brake pedal assembly is the same as that featured on our T-Bucket kits. It is able to be used for many universal applications.
- Brake Pedal
- Standard Dual Feed Master Cylinder
- Push Rod
- Pedal Pad Mount Bracket
- Tech Tip: The bigger the master cylinder is, the more fluid you get, but you'll have less pressure at the caliper.
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What's In The Kit
Universal T-Bucket Brake Pedal KitPart # 91631944Qty x 1
Speedway 3/8 Inch Fine Thread Steel Clevis EndPart # 91631949Qty x 1
Speedway Dual Feed Brake Master Cylinder, 1 Inch Bore, Disc/DrumPart # 91031420Qty x 1
Pedal Pad Mount Bracket StudPart # 91631923Qty x 1
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