I used these little front panhard tabs (Welder Series part #219445) to hold the front section of my rear flex lines.
If you can't decide whether to run power brakes or not, or if you just want to experiment like we did, just run braided lines to the master cylinder from the frame.
A clean, simple return spring for the brake pedal, incorporating the brake light switch.
A unique method of running the front brake lines on a solid axle '32 Ford.
Update: the picture links are broken, and I can’t find the originals.
I installed our brake pedal pad bracket and thought I’d show the progress…
Here’s the kit – stainless brackets, stainless hardware, and instructions.
One bracket goes on the outside of the pedal, and the other bracket sandwiches the pedal on the inside. The masking tape is how far the pedal goes during full travel. As you can see, I’ll have to trim the leading edge of the pedal.
The two holes in the pedal let you set up the bracket to a comfortable angle for your foot.
The slots in the two brackets line up for your pedal pad to mount to.
Another feature of the slots is to let the pedal pad move up and down, effectively modifying your pedal ratio.
I made a brake pedal grommet from toolbox drawer liner and a spare washer.
The emergency brake handle mount is a neat little piece, but I don't think I explained how it attaches to the floor.