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      05-23-2020, 08:27 PM   #1
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      05-23-2020, 09:06 PM   #2
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Nice, but gotta get that matching dead pedal!
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Nice, but gotta get that matching dead pedal!
haha I thought about it, but I'm thinking I will just leave that bad boy the way it is. I read somewhere that the replacement doesn't cover it all the way?
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haha I thought about it, but I'm thinking I will just leave that bad boy the way it is. I read somewhere that the replacement doesn't cover it all the way?
Looking at pictures on Google it shows that it does cover it all the way.
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Looking at pictures on Google it shows that it does cover it all the way.
gotcha, I think it was somewhere on this forum someone was complaining about it
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Looking at pictures on Google it shows that it does cover it all the way.
gotcha, I think it was somewhere on this forum someone was complaining about it
Sounds about right.


Any reason you order the manual kit vs auto kit?

I'm going to order the same ones here soon
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Sounds about right.


Any reason you order the manual kit vs auto kit?

I'm going to order the same ones here soon
I couldn't find the auto kit pedals at the time of order and I figured if the rubber wears I would have a second set, from what I found the manual set doesn't cost any more or less as far as I could find.

I know that because my dumba** ordered an auto set first, but it was the autoset for a base E92 3 series not a ///M. The price was the same.
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Terrible pics of mine but you can see the dead pedal fits nicely!
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Terrible pics of mine but you can see the dead pedal fits nicely!
Not terrible at all.

Nice idk where I read that the dead pedal didn't fit. I assume you drilled into the metal dead pedal then a self tapping screw like the gas pedal?
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Terrible pics of mine but you can see the dead pedal fits nicely!
Not terrible at all.

Nice idk where I read that the dead pedal didn't fit. I assume you drilled into the metal dead pedal then a self tapping screw like the gas pedal?
Dead pedal fits but you have to bust the old one off which prob turns some people off
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Dead pedal fits but you have to bust the old one off which prob turns some people off
Then maybe I read some idiot who tried to put the new one over the old?
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Dead pedal fits but you have to bust the old one off which prob turns some people off
Then maybe I read some idiot who tried to put the new one over the old?
Yah as an idiot I can see it easily is done.. I contemplated mine for a while and Instead of asking I just broke my old one off and through the m one on and it worked out... later confirmed on the forum it was the right way to go...
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Side note -

Anyone got tips on how to clean these bad boys? I usually use a diluted APC with a soft brush but those damn rubber ridges never fail to streak or catch lint. They never seem to be spotless. Maybe I'm too ocd about it
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Anyone got tips on how to clean these bad boys? I usually use a diluted APC with a soft brush but those damn rubber ridges never fail to streak or catch lint. They never seem to be spotless. Maybe I'm too ocd about it
Drive with just coarse socks on..
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Yah as an idiot I can see it easily is done.. I contemplated mine for a while and Instead of asking I just broke my old one off and through the m one on and it worked out... later confirmed on the forum it was the right way to go...
I dont plan on buying one, but how do you break it off?
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Yah as an idiot I can see it easily is done.. I contemplated mine for a while and Instead of asking I just broke my old one off and through the m one on and it worked out... later confirmed on the forum it was the right way to go...
I dont plan on buying one, but how do you break it off?
It's plastic riveted to the carpet so just yank and it'll bust them.. here's a crappy pic of mine.
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Anyone got tips on how to clean these bad boys? I usually use a diluted APC with a soft brush but those damn rubber ridges never fail to streak or catch lint. They never seem to be spotless. Maybe I'm too ocd about it
Honestly, I doubt much cleaning will be happening on my end. Maybe a once a year after the last snow to get any salt I had on my feet off the pedals. I will probably just use a APC.
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