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Jonb_5

posted on 25/11/19 at 06:38 PM Reply With Quote
Tip hung pedal box - plans

Hi,

I am going to make a top hung pedal box to make with theaster cylinders I currently have an wondered if anyone had done this before and how they went about it.

Thanks

Jon

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JC

posted on 26/11/19 at 06:55 AM Reply With Quote
There’s a set of plans in the Haynes Roadster manual that could be inverted and adapted?
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David Jenkins

posted on 26/11/19 at 08:01 AM Reply With Quote
I sketched out what I wanted, then made a mock-up frame using thin MDF to hold the pedals (from an old Escort).

After fiddling around and making adjustments I drew up final sketches and transferred them to metal sheet.





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Rod Ends

posted on 26/11/19 at 01:05 PM Reply With Quote
Have a look on Wilwood, Tilton, AP Racing, etc. sites as they have drawings for their pedals.
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motorcycle_mayhem

posted on 27/11/19 at 05:55 PM Reply With Quote
If these would save you some time and/or hassle, I do have a top pedal set (brakes and clutch) on a shaft. There's a related accelerator pedal (more of an addendum) which is lurking somewhere... somewhere...

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