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Ford 2000 Brake Pedals

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Michaels Dad

02-17-2020 05:06:34




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Anyone have any info on what ties the two brake pedals together? It would appear that something like a 5/8" rod or something could be used to give you the ability to use both pedals at the same time since there are what looks like a place to do so underneath the pedals.

I looked at the pedal assembly on the CNH parts list, but that was no help.




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Michaels Dad

02-20-2020 07:01:51




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 Re: Ford 2000 Brake Pedals in reply to Michaels Dad, 02-17-2020 05:06:34  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

Finally got to install the pin (made as per drawing) and I'm glad to say it fit likes socks on a rooster.

Thanks to all who helped.



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marcusmerritt

02-17-2020 15:56:24




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 Re: Ford 2000 Brake Pedals in reply to Michaels Dad, 02-17-2020 05:06:34  
Ford 2000; 3 cyl. gas; 8/2 trans.....My brake coupler looks and feels a lot like the bolt action on my old Remington .22 single shot. Similar design to the sliding bolt and retaining tab. I usually keep the brakes coupled unless I know I may need to use one brake or the other for a short turn. Will attempt to attach a poor photo looking up at the coupler. Maybe it will be informative.

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Michaels Dad

02-17-2020 15:17:44




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 Re: Ford 2000 Brake Pedals in reply to Michaels Dad, 02-17-2020 05:06:34  
Thanks guy, you're a life saver.

Gonna get on it first thing tomorrow.



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Ultradog MN

02-17-2020 09:35:04




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 Re: Ford 2000 Brake Pedals in reply to Michaels Dad, 02-17-2020 05:06:34  
It would be Very easy to make one.
There is a tab underneath there that you can bend out of the way to get it out or lock it back in.



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Sean in PA

02-17-2020 06:25:21




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 Re: Ford 2000 Brake Pedals in reply to Michaels Dad, 02-17-2020 05:06:34  
The pin is captive in the left brake pedal and slides to interlock with the right pedal. The "handle" is on the back side of the left brake pedal from where your foot pushes on the pedal. Lift the handle to be able to slide it. Sliding it to the right locks the pedals together and sliding it to the left unlocks them. Lowering the handle keeps it from bring able to slide in either direction. It basically works the same way as a cheap interior door slide latch in your house like this.



My '73 4000 was completely missing the slide latch when I got it 10 years ago so yours might be missing as well. The parts were still available then, I don't know if they are now.

The slide latch (Handle & Interlock Assembly) is the part numbered 33A in the drawing at the link below. The part numbered 33B is a roll pin that doesn't get pressed all of the way in to the latch so that it sticks out and keeps the latch from being able to slide completely out of the left brake pedal so that it remains captive when it is slid to the left to unlock the two pedals from each other.

Brake controls parts drawing for 3 cylinder 2000

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Michaels Dad

02-17-2020 06:09:09




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 Re: Ford 2000 Brake Pedals in reply to Michaels Dad, 02-17-2020 05:06:34  
In other words you'd have to remove the pin to get it back to independent operation?

Guessing a larger diameter would be better?



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RM-MN

02-17-2020 06:51:04




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 Re: Ford 2000 Brake Pedals in reply to Michaels Dad, 02-17-2020 06:09:09  
You don't have to remove it, just lift the handle and slide it until it disengages the right brake pedal, then lower it. Handy when you need it, out of the way when you don't. I looked at the price at CNH and they are completely nuts. It's worth a couple dollars.



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RM-MN

02-17-2020 05:57:10




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 Re: Ford 2000 Brake Pedals in reply to Michaels Dad, 02-17-2020 05:06:34  
On my Ford 3800 (probably the same) there is a 3/8" rod that is roughly 6 " in length with 1 1/4 or so of that bent over on the end to form a "handle". The other end is chamfered to make it fit into the hole in the other pedal easier. There is a 1/8" roll pin through it to keep it from locking when not wanted and to keep it locked when that is planned. I did not measure the location or orientation of that roll pin but I think it is matched with the direction of the "handle" part of the rod.

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Michaels Dad

02-17-2020 05:53:36




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 Re: Ford 2000 Brake Pedals in reply to Michaels Dad, 02-17-2020 05:06:34  
2000 3cyl. diesel



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welding man

02-17-2020 05:46:14




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 Re: Ford 2000 Brake Pedals in reply to Michaels Dad, 02-17-2020 05:06:34  
3 cyl or 4 cyl 2000?



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