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GB: Old School Style Dead Pedals (CLOSED)

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  • bimma360
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    Originally posted by Gary Horneck View Post
    Rock solidly mounted. A tad askew, but my foot does not seem to notice.
    Thats good to know. Glad it worked out.

    Originally posted by mrcheezle19 View Post
    got mine installed today, mmmm pure sexiness, but it's a little loose any idea how to make it a but more sturdy? longer screws?
    There should be a little flex with the carpet since its only screwed into the carpet and sound deadening. Screws any longer and you run the risk of going through the sheet metal. Is the play something you notice with your foot, is it extreme?

    Let me know what you think. I can hook you up with two bolts, screws, and washers. If you want to go through the floor, you might as well bolt it in there instead of using self tapping screws. Although those will work too. Two bolts through the bottom two holes of the dead pedal, combined with the regular screws through the top two holes, will secure it pretty well.

    In fact, if anyone else wants to bolt their pedal in like that let me know. I want you guys to be happy with your pedals.

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  • chop_suey
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    cant wait til mine comes in!

    Guys that have mounted them, please post up some pics!

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  • mrcheezle19
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    got mine installed today, mmmm pure sexiness, but it's a little loose any idea how to make it a but more sturdy? longer screws?

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  • Gary Horneck
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    Rock solidly mounted. A tad askew, but my foot does not seem to notice.

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  • bimma360
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    Thanks guys!

    Originally posted by Gary Horneck View Post
    A bit strange installing without carpeting, but it works.

    Welp, had no idea it was possible. Does it stay in there nice and even?

    Originally posted by bigdrick323 View Post
    Wish there was a vert version.... :(

    Sent from my LG-MS870 using Tapatalk 2
    We'll throw this on a vert and see how it goes. I think someone in this GB was gonna try it on his vert actually.

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  • Thizzelle
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    Got mine yesturday. looks dope Thanks

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  • bigdrick323
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    Wish there was a vert version.... :(

    Sent from my LG-MS870 using Tapatalk 2

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  • Gary Horneck
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    A bit strange installing without carpeting, but it works.

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  • bimma360
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    So glad everyone that has received theirs likes them! The last 2 are going out today, and that will conclude our GB. Get those installed pics up! :)

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  • gath
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    Got mine today.. awesome job, looks tits. I can't wait to instal :D

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  • 1987E30project
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    I got mine.. looks good... will try and install it this weekend

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  • tonytony
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    Mine hasn't shown up yet can't wait to get this installed!

    Anyone in Portland get theirs yet?
    Last edited by tonytony; 06-04-2013, 01:54 AM.

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  • rob-redm
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    Got mine today ! Looks sharp ! Thank you !

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  • whodwho
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    Already delivered in Calif as well! Well built and looks great in the car!!

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  • Gary Horneck
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    Oh yeah. I forgot all about this till the mailman handed it to me just now.

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