Pedal & Master Cylinder Kits
- Brake/Clutch Pedal Assembly #555-631080
- Swing Mount
- For Manual Brake Applications
- Multi-Fit Bolt Pattern
- 6.25:1 Pedal Ratio
- Includes Bronze Bushing on Pivot
Universal Master Cylinder #555-631406
- 1-1/8" Bore
- Aluminum body
- Composite Dual Reservoir
- Holes Provided for Fabricating Side Mount
- 1/2"-20 Ports
(2) 1/2"-20 IFM to 3/8"-24 IFF Fittings
(1) 3/8"-24 Rod
- 3/8"-24 Thread
- 5/16" Pivot
A Quality Pedal & Handbrake Assembly
JEGS brake pedal or clutch pedal assembly is a swing-mount style pedal that features a multi-fit bolt pattern that works with most racing and many O.E.M. master cylinders. The pedal is painted black and includes a production-style rubber pedal pad. The ratio is 6.25:1 and is suitable for manual brakes in most applications. JEGS handbrake lever is a perfect option for applying brake pressure and eliminates the weaknesses with OEM-type handbrakes.
Is there a electric brake light switch kit for this pedal setup? If not can you suggest something that may work with this set up.
Iam building a 47 dodge COE cab sitting on a motor home frame, disc brake front drum rear. I need to get a brake pedal master cylinder combo. What size master cylinder plunger size should I get. was told smaller Plunger size moves more fluid. Is that true
what master cylinder bore size would I need for 4 wheel disc brakes? How long is brake pedal?
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