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I need to add a brake pedal stop so that my brake pedal doesn't come up too high.

I was thinking of either clamping or welding something to the steering column with a rubber stopper of some description to do this.

I'm looking for pics from anyone that has done this and how they did it.

Thanks,
Aaron
 

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There is a rubber bumper that acts as a stop that is attached to the pedal mechanism under the dash. The bumper fits into a rectangular hole that is almost square. If the rubber bumper is in place and you still want the pedal to stop closer to the firewall, a 1/2 inch bolt will fit in the hole. You can use 2 nuts and 2 washers and adjust it the way you want. John
 

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Thanks John, will have a look and see how I go with it.

Aaron
 
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