[FOR SALE] Custom Bronze Brake and Clutch Bushings

Mopar Brakes, Steering, Suspension, Tires & Wheels For Sale

  1. ValiantOne

    ValiantOne Well-Known Member

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    Hey All.

    I just finished up a new batch of the Custom Bronze Brake and Clutch Bushings I've been selling here for a few years now. These replace the nylon plastic bushings Mopar used on the brake and clutch pivot rods in your pedal set.

    Currently I have:
    The Standard A body Brake / Clutch set up consisting of:
    -Standard A body brake bushing (fits auto and 4sp both, 1963-76) If your brake pivot shaft is .810 in diameter, this is the bushing you need
    -Standard A body clutch bushing (fits 1963-76) .5 in diameter.

    Standard Bushing Prices Are:
    Price includes USPS 1st Class Parcel Shipping for US Addresses
    - Brake Only $35.67 (1 set = 2 Pieces – for Auto Trans and 4 speed)
    - Clutch Only $30.53 (1 set = 2 Pieces - 4 Speed cars)
    - Clutch & Brake $61.40 (1 set = 4 Pieces - 4 Speed Cars)



    I have also now added the Heavy Duty A Body set up:
    The HD A body Brake / Clutch Kit Consists of:
    -2 Heavy Duty A body brake bushing. Found in 340 / Hi Perf. Cars. Pivot shaft is just under 1 inch in diameter
    -2 Needle roller style (or drawn cup type) clutch bearings.
    -1 Clutch Shaft C Clip

    Heavy Duty Brake / Clutch Kit Price is $89.95

    Thanks,
    Vids and pics below....

    Chris E., Valiantone
    Falling Waters, WV





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      Heywodja The Heartbeat Stops Here FABO Gold Member

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      I'll take a set for my 72 Auto..

      How much effort is there to remove the brake pedal in order to install these?
       
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      I can't remember if the pedal can come out of the Auto trans cars without taking out the whole pedal bracket. Maybe someone can chime in on that. Taking out the bracket isn't particularly fun but I have done that on both Auto and 4 speeds many times. Master cylinder comes off the firewall, bracket unbolts and the unit comes out with pedal(s) on it.
       
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