These new toe brake rudder pedals are designed for single or two place tandem seating experimental aircraft. The pedals are aluminum castings and the hinge bracket and pedal pivot pin are constructed from 4130 steel tubing.
The pedals have an attachment point (1/4" hole) at the top to link the toe brake from the rear cockpit to the front cockpit only 2 master cylinders required). To mount the pedals the builder will need two steel bushings 3/4" long to weld through the fuselage and a tube to put through the bushings and the bottom tube of the hinge bracket. Designed for the Acro Trainer, these versatile rudder pedals work well in almost any home built aircraft.
Bought a set to use on my composite aircraft project, very well built and easy to adapt to fit my application.
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