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Brake Pedal to Cross Shaft Rod

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Should a squeak develop due to the brake equalizer beam levers coming in contact with the stops in the rear face of the center cross member, it can be easily overcome by installing the present-design brake pedal to cross shaft rod. This rod being slightly longer than the old-style rod prevents the brake equalizer beam levers from rubbing against the stops.

The new brake pedal to cross shaft rod can be easily distinguished from the old rod as it is slightly longer, the distance from the end of the slot to the end of the rod measuring 7/8“ (see Fig. 581) while on the old rod this measurement is approximately 23/32“.

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