Pedals & Pads
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Part # T-3434-X | Model Year
An era accessory that fits the early 1909-25 Model T pedals. Gives you a wider, more comfortable surface for pushing on the pedals. Extensions are cast iron and sold in pairs. Installation is as simple as tightening the set screw, due to variations in pedal castings, some filing may be necessary for fitting. U.S.A.
Part # T-3434-40 | Model Year 09-25
Rubber pads that fit over the steel pedals. Looks nice, and prevents slipping off a wet pedal!
Part # T-3441 | Model Year 09-27
A set of 3 pins to mount the pedals to the pedal shafts. U.S.A.
Part # T-3434-R Model Year 09-14
Part # T-3439-B Model Year 09-14
Part # T-3440-C Model Year 09-14
Part # WEB-KIT-0176 | Model Year 09-14
Replace the old worn pedals with new ones made of ductile iron. Just cut off the old ones and weld these in place. Same design as used in the brass era. U.S.A.
Part # T-3434-EXT | Model Year
Slides over existing pedal and is held in place with a set screw. Makes it easier to engage the reverse pedal. U.S.A.
Part # T-3439-A1 Model Year 09-14
Part # T-3439-A2 Model Year 15-16
Part # T-3439-A3 Model Year 17-25
Part # T-3439-A4 Model Year 26-27
Part # WEB-KIT-0177 | Model Year 09-27
When adding Rocky Mountain Brakes to your Model T, you are given a piece of bar stock to weld onto the end of your existing pedal applying the Rocky Mountain Brakes. You can save some time and work by simply using this pedal. Pedals come with a new pedal shaft installed. U.S.A