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i would like to install these pedals but only came up with the UUC pedal install info is it the same?
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mike
 

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do they come with screws or anything?? i have had no experience with those, but i know mine i had to drill through the gas, break and clutch pedals
 

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Dayuummm those are tight pedals. Use the screw kit that came with it and you will probably need to drill holes now that I look at it.
 

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Piece of Cake

I didn't need any instructions. Line it up, drill the holes, put in the screws that came with it...done. The brake pedal is metal, while the gas pedal is rubber or something. Either way, my drill went through it like butter and its not a high-powered drill or anything. Here's a pic of mine. If you don't already have it, I HIGHLY suggest the M3 dead pedal. It complements the pedal and interior very well.

 

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Re: Piece of Cake

Shinobi said:
I didn't need any instructions. Line it up, drill the holes, put in the screws that came with it...done. The brake pedal is metal, while the gas pedal is rubber or something. Either way, my drill went through it like butter and its not a high-powered drill or anything. Here's a pic of mine. If you don't already have it, I HIGHLY suggest the M3 dead pedal. It complements the pedal and interior very well.

hey shinobi, how much and where dod you get your m3 dead pedal?? those are nice as ****!!
 

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yea i want those pedals. They look cool
 

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thanks

ya i am looking for that m3 dead also i think circle has it for like 54.bucks , worth it , but how hard is it to install?
-mike


btw thanks for the great photos
 

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m3 pedal and the hamann pedals aren't hard to install at all.

one thing to remember is to make sure that the drill is in the forward position NOT the reverse position. I learned this the hard way after taking 15 minutes to drill through plastic! :banghead:
 

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The only difference I had to while installing my pedals was that the screws that were sent with the kit was too short for my gas pedal. The gas pedal has uneven ridges in the back so I had to get longer screws from Home Depot...PITA but it all looks good now. Does only take 15 min. to do the pedals and I would suggest getting a titanium bit to drill through the metal brake pedal like butta.

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