Brake Pedal Assembly Manual Transmission Power Brakes 1967-1969

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Brake Pedal Assembly Manual Transmission Power Brakes 1967-1969

Product Description

Brake Pedal Assembly for 1967, 1968 and 1969 Mustangs with Power Brakes and a Manual Transmission.

If you own a 1967-1969 Mustang with a missing brake pedal assembly you might want to purchase this Brake Pedal Assembly for your 1967-1969 Mustang with Power Brakes and a Manual Transmission today! This Brake Pedal Assembly gets installed on the pedal support found under the dash of your 1967-1969 Mustang. The Brake Pedal Assembly includes the correct style brake pedal pad.

Brake Pedal Assembly Includes:
- Manual Brake Pedal Assembly
- Rubber Brake Pedal Pad
- Nylon Pedal Bushings
- Pedal Mounting Bolt
- Washers (4)
- Nylon Locking Nut
- Cotter Pin

Please Note: The Brake Pedal Assembly is longer than the 1967-1968 manual brake pedal due to the different mounting position.

The Manual Transmission Brake Pedal Assembly features all the correct bends that allow the pedals to be evenly spaced. The reproduction Brake Pedal Assembly is painted in an OEM Style black paint, this makes it ready to install right out of the box. The lower rod that is welded to the pedal assembly is for the brake light switch as well as the push rod assembly for the master cylinder.

With all 1965-1973 Mustangs more than 40 years old and many approaching 50, their brakes have probably been worked on numerous times, or currently need lots of work for those Mustangs to be roadworthy. CJ Pony Parts offers all of the parts you need for your brakes, from rotors, calipers, drums, conversion kits, pedal assemblies and more, so you can keep your classic Mustang in top shape.

Purchase a new Brake Pedal Assembly for your 1967, 1968 and 1969 Mustang with Power Brakes and a Manual Transmission from CJ Pony Parts today!

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Product Questions

Have 1968, originally a 289/C4 with Power Brakes. Converting to 390/Tremec-5speed/Manual brakes (4 wheel disk). Needless to say, the pedal cluster is up for grabs! Any brake/cluith htdraulic combos, as I am looking at Hydraulics clutch release.

Asked by: WesterJ
The only thing we offer would use the existing brake/clutch assembly for a t-5 conversion.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2016-01-13

What is the brake pedal ratio?  4:1 ratio is what I need 

Asked by: Rockman

What are the overall dimensions, total length,  length from base of pedal to the protuding brake knob, width of bolt sleeve?  I know it's not a Chevy part,  but my Chevy hot rod has a similar looking pedal and I want to make sure it matches what I have.

Asked by: Rockman
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