Need some help as I don’t know what I have or what it’s supposed to look like… I’m trying to convert what I believe to be a ’71 FJ40 to power brakes (have been told the frame is like a ’67, so I have a bit of a frankenstein). I removed the old master cylinder and have seen some pictures that make me wonder if the setup I removed was stock, or if it was somehow rigged up to work… I don’t know if this firewall is stock, or if it’s been modified to mount a booster as I’ve seen some firewall stiffening ribs that go straight up, but mine takes a dogleg to the driver’s side. This FJ has a 350 with an automatic, so I’m wondering if the mount for the master cylinder was actually where a clutch used to be? In the first picture, you can see the firewall and where the MC used to be mounted. This spot is too close to the fender to mount the power booster that I got, and it seems to want to fit right up to the firewall in the hole that’s directly above the steering column. Is that where it’s supposed to go? And if so, then how to I make a pedal work under the dash? Do I need to find a used Brake pedal from somewhere, and how would it mount up under the dash? Seems like if I had a pedal that doglegged around the steering column it could work. Can anyone help me out here?! I’d like to see some pictures of your FJ40s maybe taken looking up under the dash so I can see what your brake pedal looks like and how it’s mounted up underneath. If anyone has pics of their boosters mounted to the firewall, that would be MUCH appreciated as well. Thanks guys. I’m stuck here and want to get this thing on the road so I can start enjoying the ride! First picture is the firewall – the brake MC used to be mounted in the hole on the right. Is that where a clutch slave cylinder used to be mounted?? Second picture is looking under the dash. You can see the brake pedal on the left and the hole directly above the steering column that I’m hoping I can mount the new power brake booster to. Third picture is looking up under the dash. I have no idea how a brake pedal would mount under there! Show me yours please!!!