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Trying to find a 67 Manual (4speed) Power Brake Pedal. Found one a couple weeks a go at auction, and my computer froze up before I was able to put in a final bid. /forums/images/icons/mad.gif

Is this pedal being reproduced? I know the one for Non-powered brakes is, but I haven't seen this one yet...

Anybody know where I can get one? This and the proportioning valve is the last two things I need to complete my disk brake set up for the 67.

Thanks!
 

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Um... you DO realize that manual brakes and power brakes are mutually exclusive...? Funny haha?
 

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You might try Mustang's R US. Pat seems to have just about everything used. I don't know if he does mail order though. It's worth a shot.

Mustang's R US
1630 Almaden Rd
San Jose, CA
(408) 998-0103
 
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The rear proportioning valve was something I had to take in to Mustang Country and have them send it our for a rebuild. It took the rebuilder two tries to get it right. (First try leaked) I did not try to do this one myself. About $80 I think.
 

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It used to be not uncommon to cut the pedal pad mount off your manual pedal and weld it on to the new "power" pedal.
If done properly a valid option. I have spotted one or two swap meet "power" pedals with some big ugly welds on the back of the pad mount. I suspect this procedure sounds simpler to do than it actually is.
 

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I believe you can procure an automatic power brake pedal and do what I did. Cut off the wider pedal area, to neck it down to the right size for a manual pedal.

I had that exact problem when I did my auto to stick upgrade. I had purchased a manual drum brake pedal set. I have disk brakes. Pedal pins to master cylinder are different, so I broke out the hacksaw and solved my problem!
 
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