Wilwood 340-13834 Swing Mount Clutch/Brake Pedal
Universal Fit, Aluminum, EDP Coated, Black, Swing Mount Position, Forward Mount Facing
This swinging mount pedal assembly mounts a single brake or clutch master cylinder in a forward position outside the firewall. This item features a lightweight aluminum frame, with a high strength reinforced I-Beam style forged 7:1 ratio pedal Arm. The non-skid waffled pedal pad can be laterally adjusted for driver preference or clearance as necessary. This pedal accepts any Wilwood vertical mount flange single or tandem outlet master cylinder. Horizontal mount flange master cylinders require an adapter kit.
- Aluminum construction
- Black E-Coat finish
- Forward mount facing
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