Brake Pedal Arm for 41-71 MB, GPW, CJ-2A, CJ-3A, CJ-3B, CJ-5, M38, and M38A1
Direct replacement for egg shaped, cracked pedal arms for your Willys Jeep restoration project. Comes painted in primer. Actual brake pedal bolts directly to this piece.
Note: May need to be heated and bent for proper fit.
Call Mike @Kaiserwillys.com for details at TOLL FREE 1-888-648-4923 (Mon-Fri, 9AM-5PM EST).
New Replacement Steel Brake Pedal Arm – Part#: 800527
Q: Do you have the clutch pedal arm? Or is it the same as the brake?
- A: Try part number: A405
Q: My brake pedal Arm has some slight side to side play on the shaft. Is there a bushing that can be used for the arm? I was looking at Item 906568 but it applies to the station wagon.
- A: You will need to replace the arm.
Q: I need the brake pedal linkage that hooks to this pedal do you guys have that?
- A: I believe you mean part number: A495
Q: Is this pedal arm a forging or cast?
- A: I believe it is cast.
Q: Hello I have a 1964 M38A1, my brake pedal has way to much play it goes from side to side to much so much that it hits the gas pedal. Will this fix that or will I need the shaft and bracket too? When I’m under it I can move the pedal from side to side the shaft in the bracket does not move but the brake pedal moves on the shaft. Will this fix my problem?
- A: The A495 cross shaft and this part number will fix your problem.
Q: Can you advise what holds the brake pedal to the master cylinder eyebolt? The two disconnected while driving today. It looks like the pedal has a pin on the end that threads through the eye bolt but the pin doesn’t have threads on it… Seems like there should be a nut or cotter pin securing the two. My vehicle is a ‘ 53 Willys Wagon.
- A: Your pedal arm has a untreaded stud that takes a cotter pin to hold the eyelet in. The rod is adjustable and goes into the master cylinder.
Q: This part appears to be what I need, except for the fact that the pin where the master cylinder pushrod attaches has a larger diameter, then steps down to where the cotter pin goes. Is there a bushing that I need to take up the slack, or am I missing something in the pic?
- A: It is a straight pin. Your pushrod will slide on and you put a washer and cotter pin and you are all set.
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