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Hey,

Does anybody have a picture of the correct placement of the brake pedal return spring for a 1940 chevy pu 1/2 ton?

Some of the pictures have the spring with the long extension. Suppliers don’t show this.

I’m probably going to need the spring if anybody has one…..

Thanks,

Mike


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1940 Chevy Business Coupe
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