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Old 05-16-2013, 08:39 PM   #1
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Bullitt pedals

How do you get these damn things on lol!
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Try a little dish soap.
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Try a little dish soap.
Dish soap? just rub it on there to make it slippery?
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Okay will do!
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Btw how do you get the gas pedal off?
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Reach around the back and start prying. It's probably gonna be a little tough. Cut them if you have to.
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Reach around the back and start prying. It's probably gonna be a little tough. Cut them if you have to.
Think I could use some pliers? And just put on side on the metal and the other on the pin?
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Give it a try. Whatever gets the job done.
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Give it a try. Whatever gets the job done.
Thanks for the help!
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I just installed mine recently. WD-40 is good for the pedals.

DO NOT just yank on the gas pedal. There is a metal pin there that you need to pull out. It is much easier if you just unbolt the gas pedal assembly and just do it out of the car.
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