Wilwood 340-14360 Tru-Bar Brake Pedals, Swing Mount, Brake/Clutch
Universal Fit, Clutch/Brake Pedals Included, 12.38" Mounted Length, Single Feed, Black E-Coat
- Features lightweight, yet strong aluminum frame
- Includes I-Beam style forged aluminum pedal arms
- The pedal base has additional mount points for vertical mount 2.50” spacing tandem master cylinders using 5/16-18 studs
- Clutch master cylinder mount is also a 2.50” vertical mount and will use most popular single outlet cylinders
- It will fit most tandem cylinders with 3.25" horizontal bolt spacing
Wilwood's new Swing Mount Tandem Brake and Clutch Assembly simplifies installing a tandem outlet, single pushrod brake master cylinder in conjunction with a hydraulic clutch master cylinder in a forward position outside the firewall. Pedal base has additional mount points for vertical mount 2.50” spacing tandem master cylinders using 5/16-18 studs (not supplied with pedal assembly). Clutch master cylinder mount is also a 2.50” vertical mount and will use most popular single outlet cylinders. Will fit most tandem cylinders with 3.25" horizontal bolt spacing.
- features lightweight aluminum frame
- I-Beam style forged aluminum pedal arms
- Mounted Length 12.38"
- Pedal 1 Ratio: 6.25 to 1
- Pedal 2 Ratio: 6.25 to 1
- Pedal 1 Length: 12.05"
- Pedal 2 Length: 12.05"
Pedal Features (PDF)
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