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Barkless Dog
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I was thinking of changing my auto 2002 SE foot pedals to metals.
Is it a hard operation?. I could not feel any screws behind the pedals.
Do you have to remove the whole thing?
Also are they slippery than shit in winter?
 

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Barkless Dog
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So the drilled hole billet types you see the pedal under them?
 

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So do they look and work like crap?
 

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Is metal slippery with wet shoes? It is raining here for the next week everyday!
 

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I think they are cool if you do the whole package- gauges panasonic LCD radio etc. It also looks cool with anidized blue aluminum bits
 

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Jr. Lord Of Search
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bullet499 said:
Some of them look nice, but my problem with them is that the new brake pedal is too close to the gas, so sometimes I accidently hit both......so just wear smaller shoes:)
I do that now anyway, almost got beaten up by my mom cuz she was with me the other day and I want to shift up and I hit the clutch and SLAMMED the brake, almost skidded across a median.
 

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Mine are metal overlays, but they're not slippery because the pedals have sharp ridges that bite into rubber shoes. Thurznite has seen/driven my car. He can attest to the grippiness of my pedals.

Basically, you DO NOT want to drive my car with sandals, or the pedals will take the sandals off for you... and you definitely do not want to drive my car bare-foot... unless you really hate the skin on the bottom of your feet. :p
 

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Agreed on PT...his are the grippiest ones I've ever felt. You really can't go barefoot cuz they're spikey and would hurt like a mofo. Heal and toe in his (automatic) car isn't possible w/o screwing up the bottom side of your shoes.
Don't be cheasy...get pedals with some kinda grip. Mine are from Alex and they have a lil raised section, but not enuf if the bottom of my shoes are wet from rain.
I put the brake one as far right as possible to make heal and toe more easy. It's more like ball and pinky-toe for me.
Jay
 

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Space Boy
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I only have a pedal on the brake because my of my foot being to big. So if anyone wants a gas pedal I'll sell it for .20 plus shipping.:D
 

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are your pedal layovers that large? or the pedals just close to each other?
Jay
 

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Space Boy
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I never thought of that the lay over may just be really big. It was one of my first mods a long time ago. I may look into some new ones. Thanks
 
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