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Roxor - Swing Pedal Assembly

Discussion in 'Roxor Tech' started by Jrobz23, Aug 31, 2018.

  1. Dec 4, 2019
    Buildflycrash

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    ok 9 months later how’s the Roxor pedals? I still need to decide how I’m doing my 3B.
     
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  2. Dec 17, 2019
    Steve's 70-5

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    Ordered mine about a week ago, waiting for everything to get here.
     
  3. Dec 17, 2019
    Jay's WWII Jeeps

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    On Friday I pick up my swing pedal set and Dana 44 front end!!
     
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  4. Dec 18, 2019
    jeepstar

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    do a build thread, inform and educate us, please.
     
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  5. Dec 18, 2019
    Jay's WWII Jeeps

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    I will try to post photos. It will be an education for myself!!
    Thanks
    Jay
     
  6. Dec 20, 2019
    Steve's 70-5

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    Picked up my swinging pedals, booster and master cylinder and master cylinder for clutch. $291.00 tax included, no shipping charge.
     
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  7. Dec 28, 2019
    masscj2a

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    I have Cherokee pedals in my 46, but I'm now thinking about this for my 70 cj5. This is dirt cheap for all new parts. I might go Roxor 44 front axle on the 46 though.
     
  8. Feb 12, 2020 at 1:13 AM
    Bigdaddy13

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    Question - is it possible to run these without the booster?
     
  9. Feb 12, 2020 at 10:52 AM
    Jrobz23

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    Good question, like just put a spacer in there or use a different plunger?

    If you wanted to use a diff master but the Roxor pedal setup, you'd have to check ratios and throw and whatnot.
     
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  10. Feb 12, 2020 at 11:03 AM
    Bigdaddy13

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    Thanks, yes, that's what I was thinking. I picked up a pedal assembly from a member recently (Thanks, Dennis!) I'm looking at Roxor's stuff on their website, and compared to Wilwood stuff I used on a hotrod project, they're definitely cheap, but I'm just thinking about spares going forward.

    For example, if I'm trail riding and lose a clutch/brake master, If I can limp it off the trail - can I go to Autozone and get a replacement at ANY cost (just to get it back on the road). With a Roxor, I'd likely be dead in the water since it's a dealer only item... but with say a Ford/Chevy/Jeep component, even if it was a couple hundo's - it's more likely that I'd be back in business after a parking lot swap.

    Since I've never had a failure of a brake or clutch master cylinder in ANY of my 4x4's, this may end up being a mental exercise before I simply order Roxor part's...lol, but I thought i'd ask.

    BTW, as for the Roxor brake booster, would I just need to find a source of vacuum from my motor? Is it more complicated than that?
     
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  11. Feb 12, 2020 at 11:16 AM
    Jrobz23

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    Right. It does seem like they use Detroit parts bin stuff often. There is likely a mass market OEM conversion part for that master. It certainly doesn't look abnormal.

    Nope. Just find a vac source. It's not a bad idea to use a check valves and vac canister to provide some brake boost after vac is lost, in an emergency, though.
     
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  12. Feb 12, 2020 at 12:08 PM
    Bigdaddy13

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    Got it, thanks for confirming!
     
  13. Feb 12, 2020 at 12:24 PM
    Steve's 70-5

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    Putting all Roxor stuff on my Jeep. Master cylinder and clutch masters are made by Girling. The only issue I ran into is the brake booster is close to the valve cover. Had to move the pedals close to the steering column. A smaller in diameter booster would have been nice. I bought it and was going to use it.
     
  14. Feb 12, 2020 at 1:06 PM
    Bigdaddy13

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    Thanks for the info, Steve -Girling is good quality, for sure.

    Just FYI, by cheap, i wasn't meaning "bad", just inexpensive, which is GOOD. :) Was mostly just spit-balling about availability.
     

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