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I prefer the Ruf pedals. I know there are "look-a-likes" made by the same manufacturer that Ruf uses by Gert at www.carnewal.com I have a TipS 02 Cab and have the Ruf pedals which I bought from www.weissach.com They are not cheap (over $500) and you will not get the Ruf tm on the dead pedal, but you will on the brake and accelerator.

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I have the Techart pedals and they have sharp edges and are hard on the sides of your shoes.

FDR

I have Gerts pedals, I don't miss the RUF name, although they would have been nice to have, just didn't want to spend the money for those 3 letters.

The fit and finish are exactly like those that RUF uses (same manufacturer).

Don, your my hero for buying those.....

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