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hankster
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auto brake pedal

Post by hankster » 05 Mar 2018, 18:44

Looking for a nice automatic brake pedal for my 68.

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coachJack
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Re: auto brake pedal

Post by coachJack » 05 Mar 2018, 19:33

Hankster,

Are you looking for a power brake pedal or manual brake pedal and where are you located?

I have a new power brake pedal that I did not use when I installed front disc brakes as I already had factory power drums on my 67.

There is also a manual brake pedal being offered on Craigslist here locally in the SF Bay area.

Coach Jack

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Re: auto brake pedal

Post by preaction » 05 Mar 2018, 20:38

coachJack wrote:
05 Mar 2018, 19:33
Hankster,

Are you looking for a power brake pedal or manual brake pedal and where are you located?

I have a new power brake pedal that I did not use when I installed front disc brakes as I already had factory power drums on my 67.

There is also a manual brake pedal being offered on Craigslist here locally in the SF Bay area.

Coach Jack
This is very important as the pedals have different ratios. This would be the difference in the pivot point and the distance down the lever to the mounting point.
67 XR7 6.5 liter auto AC tilt pdb ps thermactor vinyl roof console SS wheels lime frost

hankster
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Re: auto brake pedal

Post by hankster » 05 Mar 2018, 21:45

Sorry, power brake pedal, im located in Iowa.

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Re: auto brake pedal

Post by coachJack » 06 Mar 2018, 10:17

Hankster,

I sent you a PM.

Coach Jack

pellets4fuel
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Re: auto brake pedal

Post by pellets4fuel » 06 Mar 2018, 11:50

I have one from a 67 automatic car. If I recall right the rubber pad on it is decent. I would need to check if it was a power or manual drum brake car. I don't recall right now.
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1980 Toyota truck, woodgas powered
22re 4x4

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Re: auto brake pedal

Post by CougarCJ » 06 Mar 2018, 13:16

Pellets, the 1967 brake pedals do not fit around 1968 collapsible steering columns.
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Re: auto brake pedal

Post by pellets4fuel » 06 Mar 2018, 13:36

Scott,
Thanks for letting me know that :) Makes sense, not much room under there.
David
David Siedschlag
#16306 1967 Lime Frost S-code, Ivy gold interior
4-speed, A/C, sports console, AM-8track.
1980 Toyota truck, woodgas powered
22re 4x4

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