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just to be clear the SN95 pedal assy will not just directly fit into our cars, ATM i'm not sure if the member that used them was able to swap out just the pedals or what?
 
also, there are variations within the torino pedal assy's. the manual brake assy uses an aluminum adapter plate to delete the power booster, the plate also changes the spacing of the pedal assy not sure if it makes a difference?
 
the pivot point on the brake pedal from power/manual is different too, so you'll want to make sure you know how thw car the pedal assy came from was set up from the factory
 
here's an example of what the Torino pedal assy's go for
in some cases it may be possible to buy a parts car for the goodies & come out ahead
 
 
once the pedals are in place you can use either the stock style mechanical linkage or convert to hydaulic


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Originally posted by Rockatansky Rockatansky wrote:

 
 
here's an example of what the Torino pedal assy's go for

 

This is a horrible example. This is not what they normally go for. $400 is average. This guy is always way over priced on all his crap. I would never buy anything from him. Caveat Emptor!
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Originally posted by 73GTS 73GTS wrote:

Originally posted by Rockatansky Rockatansky wrote:

 
 
here's an example of what the Torino pedal assy's go for

 

This is a horrible example. This is not what they normally go for. $400 is average. This guy is always way over priced on all his crap. I would never buy anything from him. Caveat Emptor!
 
Aha. I had a feeling I knew who the seller was by your reaction...and was right.
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Originally posted by Rockatansky Rockatansky wrote:

just to be clear the SN95 pedal assy will not just directly fit into our cars, ATM i'm not sure if the member that used them was able to swap out just the pedals or what?
 

He used the entire pedal box. 

FWIW, I got my Torino pedals for $200 shipped. 
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I'll take them. PM me
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Psquare75 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10-March-2013 at 6:29AM
LOL Not for sale. Just saying, they are out there. 
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Mis read your post, but if you do decide to sell let me know.
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Where is the best place to look for pedals and what do youmean by used whole pedal box not sure I understand that part
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Psquare75 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10-March-2013 at 3:46PM

Pedal box.

I am hoping 302ford will post several nice pics of all this.
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Oh that's a pedal box lol.....thanks
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Sorry, I have been away from this forum for the past little bit. I did use the entire pedal setup out of an sn95 mustang. If I can remember the bolt holes lined up fairly close for the most part. Which I didn't care too much as I reinforced the firewall a bit while I was at it and used the sn95 cobra booster and master as well. 

For those interested I'll see if I can dig up a few pics. I also attached the "pedal box" to the steering column like factory for additional reinforcement. The added stress of a heavy cable clutch will flex the factory firewall quite a bit if you don't. 


Here is a few I can quickly share.

Finished in the car


Factory look.


I have some more.... I just have to remember where I put them..,
79 LTD II 408/TKO/3.7's

12.52 116.5mph. street tires
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Oh my. I didn't realize it all fit together that clean
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