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Instead of cutting pedal slugs out of plate I chose to cut them from 4130 bar stock and drill and ream center hole where toe brake pivots. Slightly more weight but I thought it would be easier and look better. These were inserted into the pedal about 1/2 inch and rosette welded. Then I ground them flat to fit the toe brakes.
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