I thought I'd post this little tip for anyone who might put a fiberglass body on their rig in the future.
We ran into a small problem with our pedal assembly. The brake pedal had almost no travel.
PLEASE DO NOT BEND YOUR PEDAL ARM OR ASSEMBLY.
(Yeah I've seen some crap out there.) You will just weaken an important piece that may fail we you need it.
Due to the fiberglass body being thicker at the fire wall, than the original steel body you may have to adjust/modify the link rod between the brake pedal and the brake booster linkage assembly. Here's how we fixed it
1) Measure the rounded part of the rod, and cut it in half. Remember you are NOT measuring the whole rod just the rounded part.
2) Verify the diameter of the rod. (Ours was 7/16 so that's the measurement we'll use in the example)
3) We threaded the rod with a 7/16 die set.
4) We went to the local hardware store and bought a 7/16 Threaded Rod Coupler and two Jam Nuts ($1 total)
5) Put the jam nuts on (One on each half), then connect the two rod halves with the coupler.
6) Adjust to desired length, so the pedal has good travel, and tighten jam nuts.
I can not take credit for this fix. Dave at Cascade 4WD suggested it. I thought it worked awesome, so I just wanted to share the info.