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Old 12-16-2019, 12:51 PM
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Hi everyone, new to the page I just picked up from what I understand to be a 66 shelby America B&B built car, 289 with a C4😒 not my preference but I feel I got a good deal so ya know, anyway I picked up a wc t5 trans, I know I need a flywheel, clutch, etc, but my question is what is everyone using for pedal setups on these? There is very limited room and looks like I will need to change the big brake pedal and move it over to even fit a clutch pedal and even then I wonít be driving it w no work boots thatís for sure haha
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Old 12-16-2019, 01:05 PM
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Hi everyone, new to the page I just picked up from what I understand to be a 66 shelby America B&B built car, 289 with a C4😒 not my preference but I feel I got a good deal so ya know, anyway I picked up a wc t5 trans, I know I need a flywheel, clutch, etc, but my question is what is everyone using for pedal setups on these? There is very limited room and looks like I will need to change the big brake pedal and move it over to even fit a clutch pedal and even then I wonít be driving it w no work boots thatís for sure haha
You'll most likely need to remove your entire pedal assembly and replace it with a new assembly.

I'd suggest posting on the CC B&B forum, asking what pedal assemblies B&B owners are using on their cars.

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Thanks, will do👍🏼
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You might be able to saw down the brake pedal and then install a clutch assembly. I have trimmed a number of pedals that were hard to hit by themselves with biggish feet.
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Ya looking at it I think I can maybe bend it or cut it and reeled it a little closer to the throttle pedal and cut it down and just add a clutch pedal but I just donít want the clutch and brake to be at different positions either
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