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I want to get replacement pedals, not just pedal covers! Anybody recomend any that will fit our cars? Or are most pedals a universal size like shift *****? I want the whole silver w/ red insert look, help me out guys! Thanks!
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yeah those racing pedals are universal
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if i remember right, the pedals are welded onto the levers to control the gas/brake/clutch, so you can't really replace the pedals completely without a lot of work. if you do it though, post pics, that would be tight!
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I think it's a lot of work to totally replace them, If you got the time and $$ though Post some pics if you do the deed![IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-smile.gif[/IMG]
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I have some genuine Honda pedals from Japan that you actually have to drill holes into the metal base pedals (after you remove the rubber boot) and screw on. The brake & clutch will be easy but the gas pedal in our car is not just a metal pedal with a rubber boot on it. Going to take a little more effort to make it work.
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pdal covers are nice though i think you should reconsider you cant even tell they are pedals unless you put your head down on the floor board
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I had pedal covers and they just sucked ***. Looks like I have something to do then, if its gonna take alot of work to replace the pedals....time to do some research!
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Well I went out and took a looksie...the clutch and brake pedals are covered by some rubber **** covers, the pedals themselves are black metal welded to rods and junk. I can get some nice pedal covers "momo or sparco" and drill them into those pedals easlily, but the gas is different. Its plastic and is connected in a strange way. I think it is screwed in, but I couldn't look on the side of the pedal close to the passenger as there is no freaking room over there. Maybe I could drill there too. Shouldn't be too hard, and with them drilled in they would stay put. Oh and the dead pedal can be taken out, its a bolt on.
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got some RAZO CF pedals. check them out in members rides
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I replaced mine with indeglo petals and all i had to do was take off the black rubber piece and clamp on the new ones worked great. most should be universal though!!!!
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