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brake/clutch pedals on '39 Ford

Can I adapt a brake booster and master cylinder for the brakes, and a master cylinder for a hydraulic clutch onto the factory clutch and brake pedal on my '39 Ford? Currently I do not have the pedals, so I would have to ebay/salvage yard find a set.

Any thoughts? I'd like to keep everything under the floor if I could.

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Various firms offer the setup you are asking about. Personally I would not go the junk yard route on this, as it is going to be hard to find a car with an under floor setup. Download the Master Power Brakes catalog (pdf file) and look at the setups they have to get some ideas.

www.mpbrakes.com

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Several of the resto rod suppliers have these available and the pedals match the originals..Comes as kit or the pieces that you will need to do this..

Might try Speedway motors or some of the others...maybe a better bet than trying to piece together a system..

they do provide them with the power brake booster as well if you desire..

Just taking the easy way out..

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