I used a pc. of grey pvc 1/2" conduit. I rough measured the length and after looking at the brake pedal felt the best way would be to notch one end of the counduit so it would wedge onto the pedal lever. I did this with a hacksaw followed by needle nose pliers to clean the notch up a little.
The upper end I cut to length after pushing the brake down all the way to get the correct measurement.
I think this process took 10 minutes total including an adult beverage which is where the story gets twisted.
I then thought how to secure the conduit in the vehicle and how much easier it would be to use something already in the vehicle.
So I took the pin out of the t-handle for the co-pilot and decided to cut a similar notch in the end of it with my die grinder.
Then I took an extra ram mount for my gps which is held on by a u-bolt and wrapped it around the tilt steering cylinder with the ball of the mount facing the drivers seat. Perfect fit right in the groove and now I can use the t-handle for a brake if needed. btw I also bought the napa cable which mounts to the dash but now I have no need for it.
I got a heater-defroster as a gift for plowing my families driveways this winter and will mount that where the napa cable was intended.