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I am wanting to purchase the pedals from a 5 speed Thunderbird for my TR6060 Swap on my 1997 Thunderbird 1994-1995 pedals would be ideal.
 

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I have a clutch pedal assembly with a worn stud where the master cylinder attaches .. I think if you are creative / resourceful you might be able to repair the wear. 🤔 otherwise good luck
 

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I have a clutch pedal assembly with a worn stud where the master cylinder attaches .. I think if you are creative / resourceful you might be able to repair the wear. 🤔 otherwise good luck
I have repaired many that were like that. Just have to weld it up and grind it back into shape.
 

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I have a clutch pedal assembly with a worn stud where the master cylinder attaches .. I think if you are creative / resourceful you might be able to repair the wear. 🤔 otherwise good luck
I'll try to make one first but thank you

The most substantially different pedal in placement is the brake one, and with how rare 94-95s are and how hard to find the clutch pedal assembly of any year is you can modify the stock auto brake pedal to the 94-95 5-speed style pretty easy with some elbow grease and a cutoff wheel. I covered the modification pretty thoroughly in post 304 of my car’s build thread

Thank you for the help😁😁😁
 

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I am wanting to purchase the pedals from a 5 speed Thunderbird for my TR6060 Swap on my 1997 Thunderbird 1994-1995 pedals would be ideal.
You are looking for a unicorn. That said, you can do like the guy in Europe did and straight up make your own pedal.
 

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I am wanting to purchase the pedals from a 5 speed Thunderbird for my TR6060 Swap on my 1997 Thunderbird 1994-1995 pedals would be ideal.
You can also see another possibility in this thread I started when I had the same issue, post #10. I performed that mod and it works pretty good. :)

A 97 MARK VIII IN A 94 T-BIRD
 
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I'll try to make one first but thank you
Note that I didn’t make the clutch pedal, just modified the auto brake pedal to a 94-95 shaped 5-speed brake pedal. If you have the opportunity to get the clutch pedal assembly you best pounce on the opportunity.

Though Dantb94s S197 pedal alternative is definitely a path worth exploring. Only con I imagine is the pedals would need to be removed if the booster needed to be replaced to access one of the nuts obscured by them, correct? Thus far that is the best/simplest alternative I’ve seen to the rare factory pedals
 

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Though Dantb94s S197 pedal alternative is definitely a path worth exploring. Only con I imagine is the pedals would need to be removed if the booster needed to be replaced to access one of the nuts obscured by them, correct? Thus far that is the best/simplest alternative I’ve seen to the rare factory pedals
Yes, you're right, to gain access to the upper left nut, the pedals must be slightly pulled apart without disconnecting the clutch hose.
 
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