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Brake pedal removal / help appreciated!
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I canít seem to figure out how to remove the manual brake pedal assembly on my 200. If anyone can provide a little guidance Iíd really appreciate it .

Iíve attached some photos as reference.

Thanks in advance!

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Posted on: 9/1 17:13:51
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Re: Brake pedal removal / help appreciated!
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Anyone?'

Posted on: 9/2 14:53:48
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Re: Brake pedal removal / help appreciated!
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Jason,
My '47 is a different design, but if you haven't already, I would take a look at the Part Diagram Plate #63 in the Parts list on this site. Doesn't show very clearly, but might give you some clues until someone else chimes in. From the diagram, it looks to me that the zerk end should have a c-clip or something to hold that end in place. I see the parts list calls for 1.30655 "retaining ring".
Good luck,
Mark

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Re: Brake pedal removal / help appreciated!
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In your third photo, there is a washer next to the pedal on the passenger side, then next to it a circular cup that holds everything in place.
Removal of the clip will allow the shaft to be moved towards the drivers side so that the pedal can be taken out.

Posted on: 9/2 21:15:34
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Re: Brake pedal removal / help appreciated!
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thanks Gents, that made all the difference!

Posted on: 9/4 10:28:15
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