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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Limey Kid, Sep 18, 2017.
Who makes the repro Ansen styled swing pedals that use the Chevy combined m/c ?
I'm not sure who built these , but I saw some "new" ones at the Punkin Run last year and they were top shelf poop ! Better than Ansen were when new . Punkin Run is a few weeks , if you don't locate any , I'm sure the company will be there again , I'll get info .
Just a FYI do not buy the Trans Dapt brand that summit sells the metal is too thin. I broke the clutch pedal on my way home from the Round up.
I've got an Ansen style pedal assembly in my deuce truck from R-Jays Speed Shop in Kansas City. I had him make the pedals 3 inch's longer over Ansen length for better leverage plus I wanted the MC mounted higher on my deuce firewall. He also makes them stock Ansen length. They're made heavier than the stock Ansens and very high quality.
Isn't there an alliance member making them?
Rottenleonard sells some pedals....but I think they are far prettier than the original Ansens...
Call Johnny at "Reno Rod Shop, (405) 813-1932, they make them.
Kugel or CPP make 180 degree and through firewall units. Well made and sturdy.
Rotten Leonard's pedals look pretty fresh to me... I think about flame cutting pedal material, brackets to mount, master cyl. to pedal geometry, stop lamp switch, and then there's the clutch. Shop time? Lots.
Bargain for the price? (also the guarantee of success?) Great bargain.
@cball what brand are you using these days? The set Pissy Pete had over here a while ago was beautifully made and beefy!
R-Jays stuff is top notch and he is an Alliance member. Call him up, the prices are good the quality is EXCELENT.
Hey Jim, we use and sell RJays stuff, really nice stuff and great guys, I have their stuff on the shelf at the shop. And I believe I have a few flavors of swing pedals.
I have a set in the shop that are marked "Luckys". Very nice pedals. No idea if they are still available. They are pretty much a beefier version of the Ansen units.
You might try to find some out of a 60-66 chevy pickup which is what they originally came in.
@Koz, are those Lucky's pedals, are the pedal pads bolted on or welded?
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