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PostSubject: WTB 93-97 Camaro clutch/brake pedal assembly   Mon Jun 16, 2014 2:15 pm

Well as luck would have it I went to my usual junk yard about 2 weeks ago and saw 4 camaros with 5 speed manual transmissions and complete clutch assemblies. I didn't have the right sockets with me and asked the guy in the loader ( who's a good friend if mine) if the cars were gonna be there a while. He explicitly told me they do NOT crush camaros or firebirds because they almost never get them in stock.

I put going back up off until today. Yup you guessed it every manual shift or z-28 got crushed. There are like 8 automatic cars up there but nothing I can use.

I NEED a clutch pedal assembly (with brake pedal) for the 93-97 style Camaro.
If anyone sees one in their yard please grab it for me. eBay had them all listed $100 and up which is a total rip off!

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PostSubject: Re: WTB 93-97 Camaro clutch/brake pedal assembly   Mon Jun 16, 2014 3:45 pm

Give up on the mechanical setup and going F2B?
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PostSubject: Re: WTB 93-97 Camaro clutch/brake pedal assembly   Mon Jun 16, 2014 5:24 pm

Negative . I just need pedals that will semi-match up to my firewall.
I have c-10 pedals in a box but they are nothing like the f-bodies .

Trans is in the car now. Gutting interior this week to install shift linkage. I have a lot more room than I thought I would to run a mechanical setup. I might just make a z -bar up and make it work.

I'm really concerned about exhaust clearances though. A header will dump right where all this is happening, can't run long tubes because of ground clearance. Think I'm gonna have to go with those rams horns I have.
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PostSubject: Re: WTB 93-97 Camaro clutch/brake pedal assembly   Mon Jun 16, 2014 9:41 pm

Nice dude! Honestly I'm not into paying $450 for a clunk of aluminum. Going to get the F-body pedals and make something as well.
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PostSubject: Re: WTB 93-97 Camaro clutch/brake pedal assembly   Mon Jun 16, 2014 10:08 pm

MalibuSSwagon wrote:
Nice dude! Honestly I'm not into paying $450 for a clunk of aluminum. Going to get the F-body pedals and make something as well.
Why not. Makes the conversion a lot easier, and they are made locally with club ties as well. And there is five pieces included. They are all cnc machined, and anodized. Certainly not a clunk of aluminum, but a well thought up solution to a problem.  Very Happy 



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PostSubject: Re: WTB 93-97 Camaro clutch/brake pedal assembly   Mon Jun 16, 2014 10:19 pm

Steve (sdstick) let me borrow an F2B kit. I was not impressed. I took some Cnc programming classes a few years ago. Honestly It could be made for a hell of a lot less than $450. The "money piece " as Steve put it is nothing more than a spacer with a spot to mount the master to.
You could easily weld an f body pedal assembly onto the existing b body pedal mount bracket and get the exact same thing but for the cost of some welding wire. I was gonna go the route of just welding in the entire f body fire wall from tunnel to kick panel. But even all that is unnecessary.

I'm glad they are local and have club ties. And for some ppl who can't do the work or have a lack of vision or are just plain lazy it is an absolute godsend.

-see the bold print in my sig below? Built not Bought Arrow


(Plus I don't gotz $Foah Fiddy)
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PostSubject: Re: WTB 93-97 Camaro clutch/brake pedal assembly   Thu Jun 19, 2014 2:48 pm

IMPALADAKID wrote:
MalibuSSwagon wrote:
Nice dude! Honestly I'm not into paying $450 for a clunk of aluminum. Going to get the F-body pedals and make something as well.
Why not. Makes the conversion a lot easier, and they are made locally with club ties as well. And there is five pieces included. They are all cnc machined, and anodized. Certainly not a clunk of aluminum, but a well thought up solution to a problem.  Very Happy 

Remember who youre talking to Billy....that would be like telling you to buy a new recaro racing seat cuz your drivers side bottom is ripped
Makes sense...but would never happen... Cool

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..... And for some ppl who can't do the work or have a lack of vision or are just plain lazy it is an absolute godsend.

By default, I'm at least ONE of those^^^^.

Can I make believe I read it wrong & claim I'm an absolute godsend? Razz (mumble..spit...OK it's lazy... Razz  )

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PostSubject: Re: WTB 93-97 Camaro clutch/brake pedal assembly   Thu Jun 19, 2014 4:22 pm

Steve I'll add to that list.  Arrow 

1) can't do work
2) no vision
3) lazy
4) have enough money to afford it
5) have enough stuff hoarded in a warehouse to trade/hustle one


For everyone's FYI Steve stepped up and donated his pair of pedals so I can continue chopping away on my B.
HOWEVER the deal was I have to replace those pedals for him once I find some, so.............STILL LOOKING
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PostSubject: Re: WTB 93-97 Camaro clutch/brake pedal assembly   Sun Jun 29, 2014 10:37 am

I got a guy who will sell them for $50 each, he has a few sets.
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