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Bake Pedal

anyone know what the number is for a new brake pedal cover is?
cant find one at the auto parts store
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-22-2018, 07:37 AM
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You might: find the stickie with literally hundreds of part numbers put together decades ago by sage old posters here, or, search places like CarID, GMPartsDirect..., or, hit up a nearby junkyard. Thinking not in the sweet spot for most big parts chains considering so many variants and low demand.

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Take your old one with you, and compare them at the parts store. If it is the same size and shape it will fit.

I found a really nice one from an earlier B body, and it fit perfectly. They were the same size for probably 20 years, maybe longer. Mine has a nice chrome metal strap over the center that gives it a little different look.

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I've only noticed a couple in the HELPS aisle, but you reminded me of ones I bought from a speed shop 45 years ago to spuce up my Chevelle. Voila 21st century 'mailorder' to the rescue:
https://www.summitracing.com/search/...%20pedal%20pad

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The # 20771 looks like the one you want. It is a Dorman part, so should be available at almost any parts store, although it may be a special order.

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brake pedal pad

yall the brake pedal pad not the emergency pedal,
here is a pic and actuall oem number is 4897791
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Here ya go. Don't forget the 25% discount. https://www.classicindustries.com/pr...ts/153502.html

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The actual original part number is-was 489779
I checked the parts book




I know nothing about 2040-parts so you are on your own.
They show up on Ebay sometimes


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