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Re: Pedal Assembly for 4 Speed Crash Box Tranny
Patrick M #1375747 Thu Sep 03 2020 05:42 PM
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Pic showing difference in 1/2-ton 3-spd. and 1/2-ton 4-spd. pedal assemblies due to transmission width difference.

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Re: Pedal Assembly for 4 Speed Crash Box Tranny
JiMerit Boltr#43 #1375894 Fri Sep 04 2020 12:33 PM
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Thanks JiMerit

Re: Pedal Assembly for 4 Speed Crash Box Tranny
Barry Weeks #1375895 Fri Sep 04 2020 12:34 PM
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Barry, Thanks!

Re: Pedal Assembly for 4 Speed Crash Box Tranny
9% grade #1375896 Fri Sep 04 2020 12:35 PM
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Thanks Karl. I thought about it but I just can't bring myself to do it. :-)

Re: Pedal Assembly for 4 Speed Crash Box Tranny
yar #1375897 Fri Sep 04 2020 12:35 PM
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Thanks Ray.

Re: Pedal Assembly for 4 Speed Crash Box Tranny
Patrick M #1376056 Sat Sep 05 2020 10:31 PM
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"Thanks Ray."

You're very welcome Patrick. The 3-speed pedal mount casting could be easily made to fit by milling off the cast-in spacers. Cast iron machines beautifully. If you went back to the 3-speed simple spacers could be made, or even a stack of washers used.

Personally, I can't imagine using one of those huge, heavy, clunky 4-speed crash boxes when there is a slick shifting 3-speed available. Those 4-speeds were an option in my '36 pickup but I sure wouldn't want one.

Ray W

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Re: Pedal Assembly for 4 Speed Crash Box Tranny
Patrick M #1376092 Sun Sep 06 2020 02:58 AM
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I have plenty of the 4-spd. pedal assemblies if you still need one.

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