AS-2058 Power Brake Adapter for 1941-1948 Ford
Adapts CE power booster or stock Pinto booster assembly to the 1941-48 Ford pedal. This is a good fit and well worth doing.
Installation Instructions for Bolt-on Power Brake Adapter for Original Pedal 1941-1948 Ford
Powerbrake adapter tp fit 1941-1948 Ford with stock pedal assembly, CHassis Engineering Power Booster and Master Cylinder. Can be used with stock Ford Pinto (all years) power boostewr and master cylinders.
1. Unbolt original pedal assembly from X member. Install 1/4″ spacers between pedal assembly and frame. Bolt in place using new, longer bolts. Check that pedal will still clear through the floorboard. Check and fix any clearance issues by bending the pedal or enlarging the hole in the floorboard.
2 Remove original master cylinder and bolt new adapter in its place. The bottom lip on the X-member may need to be filed slightly for clearance.
Directions to use Chassis Engineering Power Booster and Master Cylinder:
Bolt Chassis Engineering power booster to the adapter (spacers are not used for this application) File frame lip for clearance if needed. In order to use the power brake adapter, the pedal-side dust boot must be removed from the vacuum power booster because it isn’t needed for this application.
The adapter is designed to fit tightly on the front of the booster assembly keeping dust and debris out.
Add Chassis Engineering Master Cylinder and fabricage linkage as required.
Directions to use Ford Pinto Power Booster and Master Cylinder:
Bolt the Pinto power booster to the Chassis Engineering adapter using the four 1/2″ spacers included. Install spacers between adapter and booster. File or grind the frame lip for clearance if needed. Add Pinto master cylinder (if not already installed). Fabrikate linkage as required.
4. Test the vacuum source to make sure that the vacuum port on the booster is supplied with at least 18lbs of vacuum.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including nickel and urethane, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.