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Thread: Rudder and toe brake pedals

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    Default Rudder and toe brake pedals

    Complete pilot and co pilot rudder and toe brake pedal assembly, with master cylinders(2)
    All linkages included, removed off a flying aircraft ,recently.

    $300.00 plus shipping from Wa.

    four two 5 9 four 9 two nine nine 5.

    brake pedals, toe brakes, rudder pedals.
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    Dave Riffle
    Woodinville, Wa.

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    Default Re: Rudder and toe brake pedals

    Quote Originally Posted by Pacer160 View Post
    Complete pilot and co pilot rudder and toe brake pedal assembly, with master cylinders(2)
    All linkages included, removed off a flying aircraft ,recently.

    $300.00 plus shipping from Wa.

    four two 5 9 four 9 two nine nine 5.

    brake pedals, toe brakes, rudder pedals.
    Is there any way to add toe brakes to the passenger side of Colt that has pilot side toe brakes?

    Jerry

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    Default Re: Rudder and toe brake pedals

    [QUOTE=CTJER;141691]Is there any way to add toe brakes to the passenger side of Colt that has pilot side toe brakes?

    Hi Jerry,
    Yes you should be able to modify these pedals that where used on a pacer. You may need to shorten the cross tube width.
    You will have to be creative with the floor mounting for the master cylinders and the rudder cross tube bearing mounts.
    See picture for approx. configuration.
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    Dave Riffle
    Woodinville, Wa.

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    Default Re: Rudder and toe brake pedals

    How do these style pedals compare to the tube style? Im tall, and would hate to loose any room.

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    Default Re: Rudder and toe brake pedals

    Hi
    Tube pedals depending on design may offer more room, although require some custom manuf. and install.
    Dave Riffle
    Woodinville, Wa.

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    Default Re: Rudder and toe brake pedals

    [QUOTE=Pacer160;141694]Hi
    Tube pedals depending on design may offer more room, although require some custom manuf. and install.[/QUOTE


    What are tube pedals?
    Are master cylinders required for each pedal, both sides?
    Jerry

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    Default Re: Rudder and toe brake pedals

    The original rudder pedals in my pacer are constructed out of round tube, not the cast alloy plate style listed here. I had heard that the cast pedals eat up valuable space.

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    Default Re: Rudder and toe brake pedals

    That system is from a Williams STC that uses Cessna parts. This system will take some leg room because it mounts back farther than the Univair system.

    Brian.

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    Default Re: Rudder and toe brake pedals

    My youngest son’s Clipper had those Cessna pedals. I flew it once and couldn’t get it on the ground fast enough. My knees would not fit under the instrument panel. Steve flew it that way but finally removed them and put the originals in.

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    Default Re: Rudder and toe brake pedals

    Quote Originally Posted by Gilbert Pierce View Post
    My youngest sonís Clipper had those Cessna pedals. I flew it once and couldnít get it on the ground fast enough. My knees would not fit under the instrument panel. Steve flew it that way but finally removed them and put the originals in.
    I have the Univair set up. Six foot two and no fit issues. Still have co-pilot side toe brakes on my list, just after a flow through oil filter. Between the two probably busts my upgrade budget for the year.

    Jerry

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