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    Manual pedal box in a Pop/Prefect ????????

    Hi Guys, can anybody suggest a suitable pedal box that will fit in a standard footwell layout in a Pop/Anglia/Prefect. I'm just about to fit a pinto engine into my Prefect truck and as I'm compromised for space, I'd like something which isn't going to take up any more room than the original setup. I'd like the brake master cylinder to be located in the engine bay.
    I look forward to suggestions.

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    Last edited by klassicdave; 23-09-2009 at 18:21.
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    I dont have any pics of one and think the one i was saving has been junked but have you looked at a citroen bx their around 6-9" tall about 4" wide and run a clutch cable and can be mounted to a flat bulkhead

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    Cheers Vince, thats a definite possibilty mate.

    Are there any more likely candidates lads???????????????
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    Hi there. I've fitted morris minor brake and clutch pedals and a rover metro accelorator pedal. MGB pedal box is simple as well and fits ok.
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    I've used a 105E box in mine, and am using a pinto. I've mated it up to a suitable servo too. I can dig out a pic or 2 if you want?
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    Ford Escort pedal box if fairly compact and worth a look. All 3 pedals mounted with engine bay master cylinders.

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    What about one of these, flip the cylinders upsite down and you have a hanging pedal set up. Single circuit only but could be modified. I've got em here for around £140.
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    Alternatively you could make something...now there's a thought
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    Quote Originally Posted by klassicdave View Post
    Hi Guys, can anybody suggest a suitable pedal box that will fit in a standard footwell layout in a Pop/Anglia/Prefect. I'm just about to fit a pinto engine into my Prefect truck and as I'm compromised for space, I'd like something which isn't going to take up any more room than the original setup. I'd like the brake master cylinder to be located in the engine bay.
    I look forward to suggestions.

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    Dave
    This is a question I was going to ask too, any pictures of pedal box installations in a 103e would be great.
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    this setup is made using parts from a 100e!
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