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02-05-2010 03:57 PM Shifting Gears
I am using a simple cable operated shifter from B&M.The one thing I didnt think about was that with the 6" channel on the cab,there was is not alot of room between the trans tunnel and the transmission.The part of the shift that goes under the floor is a little to big to clear the transmission.so I clearanced the bracket on the shifter a little bit. Also decided to build a raised mount,hoping it would look somthing similar to a factory 4-speed bump.


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01-31-2010 08:34 PM Gas pedal
Installed the pedal thru a grommet and thru the hole.Slid the mounts onto the pedal shaft and the mounting studs. Made a simple metal cover for it.Bolted everything up.


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01-31-2010 08:29 PM Gas pedal
I used 2 pieces of the plastic to make the mount.I used a screw to hold them together then drilled down through the center of the 2 halves. With the screw removed you can see the channel that the pedal will set in. I drilled a hole in the fire wall for the pedal rod to pass through and welded a couple of bolts in to hold the mount.


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01-31-2010 08:22 PM Gas pedal
For the gas pedal,I am using a piece that I have had since the late 80's early 90's.Its from a gm car,dont remember which one. I needed to make a mount.so i started with some thick plastic to hold the pedal.


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01-30-2010 08:33 PM Brake pedal
I modified the '70 truck brake pedal assembly and mounted a new master cylinder/booster assembly to it and mounted them in the '48.


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