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I'm in the tear down stage of a 1990 LX to use for a MkIII. According to page 28-29 of the build manual: "it is highly recommended that the stock Mustang brake pedal...be changed". It recomends using a 1982 four cylinder pedal, or cut the existing one. Question: can I use one from a 1979 four cylinder? Any other years? Any other pedal from any other car? Truck? Golf cart?

Yeah, I know what I should do is send it off and get it cut. I can't weld :( (Recite 17th century British Literature...weld...not so much)
 

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Just a couple of thoughts here before you mod the pedal.
It should depend on what kind of master cylinder and brake system you will be using.

Others will chime in here, but if you use power brakes, you will not need to mod.
If you are not content with your welding skills, I would check with some of the vendors here for a modified pedal assembly and just swap it with them. For the money it's a good deal.

Just my thoughts,

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THANK YOU Mrmustang! Your tag line is perfect in this instance.
 
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