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#1 Hewlett_T

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Posted 14 February 2018 - 01:16 PM

Hey,

I have my original pedal box and a replacement servo pedal box. Overall my original pedal box is in much better condition, and I don't feel like switching over the pedals.

EDIT: I do understand the servo pedal box doesn't have a return spring on the brake pedal, depending on pedal feel I can cut the spring one side so this isn't an issue. END OF EDIT.

I was looking at both pedals and as far as I can tell both pedals themselves are identical. Which brings me to my question.

Is it acceptable to drill out the rivet in the servo brake pedal and move the lever arm to the original brake pedal? I would plan on securing the lever arm with a clevis pin.

If yes, will a standard clevis pin fit? If no it isn't really an issue I know a guy who can create a custom clevis pin for me.

Thanks.

Edited by Hewlett_T, 14 February 2018 - 01:35 PM.





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