Wilwood 340-1290 Swing Mount Clutch/Brake Pedal, Single M/C, 7:1
This pedal is often used as a clutch pedal with a single outlet master cylinder, or as a brake pedal in conjunction with dual outlet, tandem master cylinders on four wheel brake equipped vehicles. The pedal features all aluminum frame and arm construction with steel pivots, mounting studs, and an anti-skid pedal pad.
Swing mount has a 7.00 to 1 pedal ratio.
Pedal Dimensions (Link)
835-3401290 Instructions (PDF)
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