The rear brake pedal assembly from the Kawasaki Voyager donor will be used on the new trike. (Photos 1 and 2)
Quarter inch flat stock is used to create a mounting plate for the brake pedal assembly. (Photo 3)
The mounting plate bolted to the brake pedal assembly (Photo 4)
Since the lower frame rail of the trike runs at an angle, the brake pedal bracket must be offset so that the brake pedal arm will clear the frame. A wedge shaped spacer is cut from 1/4″ flat stock to set the brake pedal assembly at the correct angle. (Photo 5)
The wedge shaped spacer is welded to the mounting plate. (See red arrow in Photo 6)
The entire brake pedal assembly and mounting plate are positioned on the frame to place the pedal where you want it and the assembly is clamped in place for welding. (Photo 7)
The final mounting position of the mounting plate is too close to the frame to remove the attachment bolts. So the bolts are permanently welded to the mounting plate. Photo 8 shows the completed mounting plate welded to the frame with the pedal assembly removed.
Photo 9 shows the completed brake pedal assembly bolted to the frame.