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Price: $11.88
    Cost: 951
    Earns: 48
    Bonus: 0

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    Description

    This is identical to the 67 pad just slightly wider. 1968 was the introduction of many Federally mandated safety upgrades, the larger pedal being one of them. Replaces Ford part number D3ZZ-2454-A
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    Shipping Weight: 0.40 LBS
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    Perfect on my 69 Mustang

    5.00 out of 5
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    • Fit & Finish are great
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    Beautiful. Not hard to get on. A paint can openner tool helps.

    New York
    2015

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    After the new interior , small touches like this make the difference, good looking, fit perfect.

    Houston, TX
    2018

    Good quality replacement

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    • affordable
    • easy
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    Fit and material is accurate. The embedded "Disc Brake" emblem is easily manipulated to sit deeper in the pad before installation. Use care when removing original pad pedal trim. It can be easily restored with steel wool and used with the new pad.

    Recommend replacing all the pedal pads at the same time: Headlight Dimmer Switch (26602), Brake Pedal Pad (15289), Throttle Pedal (14071) and Pedal Pad - Emergency / Parking Brake (26636). Would be nice to see WCCC sell the 4 pads as a kit.

    Austin, TX
    2013

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    Fits well and adds a nice touch of detail to my interior restoration

    2018

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    Great improvement over my old, cracked, original brake pedal pad. Installation is simple. The fit is quite good.

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