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Old 06-30-2013, 10:15 PM   #1
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I didn't realize till I bought first set how much difference there was in tbem nor the way they mounted.not to mention the plastic clutch pedal n brake pedal that arm sits all the way to edge of pad area not to mention major curve of gas pedal..anyway I went back today n picked up a dimensionally smallest set I could find that had holes thru the middle (or room to drill) n headed to shop.I clamped in vise a a pair of wheel spacers that ha e same curve

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Old 06-30-2013, 10:31 PM   #2
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Sorry damn phones.anyway had same curve as gas pedal n worked pedal cover to happy harmony n marked the holes so would clear the arm stucture.I used cut off deck screws n speed nuts on the back side(make sure move it up enough so when wot wont hit floor) then on to the brake pedal I attached the cover all the way to the left side to give plenty of room for my big paw to mash the gas.same deck screw speed nut hardware.the clutch pedal centered the cover on pad area slightly to the left for arm clearance. Not to bad .next I'll shadetree up a dead pedal n anodize m all black n red
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Old 06-30-2013, 11:01 PM   #3
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Old 08-24-2013, 04:32 AM   #4
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Jim I just picked up same ones. Can you explain a little better how you did it again especially the gas pedal. How they holding up? What size screws and speed nuts?

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Old 08-24-2013, 05:12 PM   #5
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Jim I just picked up same ones. Can you explain a little better how you did it again especially the gas pedal. How they holding up? What size screws and speed nuts?
I had to recurve the sport pedal for the gas pedal so it had same curve .got to make sure u have it slid up towards pedal arm so the bottom edge doesn't hit the floor.also have to make sure where u drill thru stock pedal on the bottom ur at an open spot of bridge work of arm...ill tryin get more pics....I just used normal sheetrock screws n think they were #6 speed nuts n cut extra of on of screws...the brake pedal n clutch I removed the rubber pads.the sport cover for the brake I did attach is as far to the left as I could so had plenty of room to stomp on gas pedal.hardest part was gettin my large body in to do the job..I did remove throttle assy n did it on the bench (cheat!) As far as holding up been perfect.almost for get there not factory. Very grippy even with my greasy work shoes n being wet.I haven't found a dead pedal to match yet but been lookin.
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Old 08-24-2013, 06:20 PM   #6
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Here's some more hope they helpgas pedal
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Hope this shows what I did.the felt (sticky on one side for lamp bases, vases, ect)I used probly isn't necessary but I had it n it sounded good.basically dove in both feet n keeped at it till it worked...damn shadetree!
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Thanks it helps!
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Mine. I used 3M exterior super strength tape with included clips. I clamped it for 24 hours and rock solid no wiggle and play. No drilling.



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Goes with ur interior mods well..good job n good idea..but damn u was robbed! U might have piano blk grill but ur missing the most important pedal!....I got a can of paint to fix my grill but how u gonna fix ur missing pedal?
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Cut a hole in the floorboard and play the FLINTSTONES as it seems the only way to fix the DCT LOL
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