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I have purchased the carwel aluminum pedal for 6 speed with the foot rest (same pedals as the Ruf but without the logo). Anyone know of the best and easiest way to install these? - This must have been discussed before. Thanks

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On the brake and clutch pedal, mark, drill (use a good drill bit), and fasten only one hole, then tighten up the bolt, leaving enough 'looseness' so that you can adjust the aluminum pedal's angle (but not so loose that the pedal will flop around).

Once you are satisfied with the pedal's orientation in relation to the base (use a mirror to look behind the pedal), drill the other holes using the aluminum pedal's mounting hole as a guide.

When you are tightening the screws, you need to put pressure on the screw heads since you will be tightening self-locking nuts. If your screwdriver slips, you will scratch the aluminum pedal face (you may want to mask off the area around the screw head with tape).

To grab the self-locking nut, a ratcheting box wrench is will make things go faster, since the bolt is so long a regular socket will bottom out.

Finally you can cheat the brake pedal a little closer to the accelerator pedal for better heel-toe work if that's your thing.



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