PROBLEM SOLVING HOT ROD CHASSIS PARTS FOR OVER 40 YEARS.
This pedal mounting kit locates the booster under the seat, while still mounting the pedal in double shear. Available fully welded or ready to weld.
This universal bracket mounts under the floor with the booster located further back on the frame rail. A 22" long 5/8″ diameter tube connects the pedal to the booster. (This tube might need to be cut to length and rethreaded 3/8-24 to suit your application.) This set-up gives added clearance beside the transmission so the exhaust can be routed higher. The offset brake pedal arm mounts in double shear for extra strength. This also makes it easy to remove the pedal because it drops down from the bracket rather than having to slide it off of a pin. The pedal arm bracket bolts to 2 tabs welded to the frame rail boxing plate. This makes it easy to paint the bracket and the frame rail. Stainless pedal pad brackets are included (left and right mounts for brake/clutch kit).
The brackets are 3/16", and the pedal arm is 3/8".
Booster not included.
The booster bracket is also set up for either a Ford or a GM manual master cylinder, if preferred. (If a manual master cylinder is used, you can order a 5.75:1 pedal arm and a male rod end and plunger. The bracket needs to be rotated 90 degrees due to the different shape of the manual pedal.) The bracket will mount either 7″ (single or dual) or 8″ dual boosters. Booster mounting holes are 3-3/8″ x 3-3/8″.
Adding a clutch:This kit is also available with a clutch pedal add-on. We include an extra formed bracket for the pedal mount and both the brake and clutch pedals are supplied with no offset. In the welded kit, the brake/clutch pedal bracket is supplied as in the gallery picture. The ready to weld kit requires you to trim the additional formed pedal bracket.
Every customer is different. You’re different from the next customer. That’s why they’re called 'custom'ers. There is no formula, no equation that will work with all of you. It takes a different approach to everyone to determine how best to serve anyone. Some people need videos, some people need descriptions. Some people need us to weld it together. Our approach has been, and will always be, to serve each of you where you are and to treat you the same way we would like to be treated. We officially opened the doors to Welder Series in 2005. That doesn’t sound like very long, because the product line has been percolating for over 40. Paul Horton began developing and building many of the parts we still manufacture when I wasn’t yet a twinkle in Dorothy’s eye. Thanks very much for your business and support over the years.
-Paul, Dorothy, and DW (me) Horton
Note DW and Paul Horton at Welder Series absolutely rock and were quick, prompt, by far the best communication I’ve had with an online vendor in a LONG LONG TIME… (Sorry but their response time was bar none awesome). Very rarely do you find the level of dedication to a customer, communication, and a rewarding experience for both the buyer and supplier. I bought a pedal assembly a bit ago, and that experience automatically ensured that I will source Welder Series before I search for another vendor. Paul and DW have it together and will make a solution to your problem… and probably at the best price around to boot.
I have purchased a few of the products that Welder Series offers and been pleased each time. The products are as advertised and they ship in a timely manner.
I am also impressed with their customer service. I asked them if they had a brake pedal kit (mount, pivot, pedal, bushings, etc) for a right hand drive application. They did not have a kit per se but were able to put together pieces from their catalog to make one I could modify the Master Cylinder mount to make it face the other way (I had to cut the top off and weld it back on facing the other way, cheaper than ordering a one off part, and I don’t have a way to bend metal that thick, everything else fit up as intended). It worked as they described.
I just finished installing a Welder Series rear sway bar kit over the weekend. My all-steel ’35 sedan handled in the traditional “scrape off the running boards” way… even with a front sway bar. The kit went together nicely, everything fit perfectly and now the car goes around a corner 100% better… no more extreme lean. DW was a huge help in putting together a little bit different kit for me since I am using a tubular rear crossmember and also made some suggestions that really helped in the fabrication. You can depend on these guys… they are “for real” hot rod guys that offer really cool products. I’ll post a picture or two when I get the chance to put the car on a hoist for a better photo op. Thanks DW & crew.
Son of Paul (and Dorothy)
Welder Series is a family business focused on serving our customers with consistently high quality parts, exceptional service and support, and reasonable prices.
We're located about an hour west of Toronto, in southern Ontario.
244 Woolwich St S, Unit 4, Breslau Ontario. N0B 1M0
Monday - Friday
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