These are the two nuts after they were removed. They don't look like much but they caused a lot of
The rod from the booster fits right onto the pin on the brake pedal. What my husband discovered though
is that the pedal ends up practically on the floor. To fix this he merely removed the pedal arm from the car, pressed out
the pin and drilled and reamed a new hole .400" forward on the width of the pedal arm. Yes,
you can use the manual pedal as long as you do this modification. Now the pedal is in practically a stock height.
This is also a good time to bring up reinforcement. My husband recommends putting a plate of steel
either between the booster and firewall or firewall and pedal mounting bracket. After doing this swap on my car without the
reinforcement he can see how much the firewall flexes. A 1/8 inch stainless steel plate would probably do the trick.