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Old 09-22-2005, 02:04 PM   #1
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Does anyone know of any pedal covers that bolt onto the pedal instead of the cheap metal clips that are bent over to hold these cheap A1C pedal covers I already have?
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www.rdmotorsport.com
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The bullit pedals from rdmotorsport is what I have, I love em.
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Thanks alot. I have asked other message boards the same question and got no answer I appreciate your quick response too.
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No problem man, we try to be good about stuff and give helpful advice. Wouldn't point ya in the wrong direction. Welcome btw, hope to see ya stick around some.
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Might get those soon, my Matrix ones are losing the paint.
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Yup, I sell them. Also I need to change the pricing on them as well. They are now $50 shipped. I have them for $50 on the main products page, but not on the seperate pedlas page. You can always PM me and I can take care of it by that way.
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Ill keep you in mind when I get ready to buy them. Im in the middle of a battle with SafeAuto Insurance after one of their customers hit me in the rear of my mustang. They sent an adjuster out to check my car out and then after I put my car in the shop they decided that there are coverage problems. I asked what that meant but they have refused to tell me anything more other than its a confidential issue they cant tell me anything. But I will be getting over this eventually...LOL
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the bullitt petals are far superior to the other turds out there. They are a pita to install, but worth it. Dont listen to anyone that tells you they are easy (they probably have an auto and that big fat brake petal would be easy... little cltuch/brake petals SUCK)
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I have the same. From RDMotorsports, and they are much much better.
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Great News! Check finally came for my car repairs. Just ordered the pedals from RD motorsports. Thanks Guys
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Does anybody know if the 05 pedals are the same as 99-04 pedals? And if not, where could somebody get bullit pedals for 05s?
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the bullitt petals are far superior to the other turds out there. They are a pita to install, but worth it. Dont listen to anyone that tells you they are easy (they probably have an auto and that big fat brake petal would be easy... little cltuch/brake petals SUCK)
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Does anybody know if the 05 pedals are the same as 99-04 pedals? And if not, where could somebody get bullit pedals for 05s?
Yea, how about the 05', I haven't seen any online. RD motorsport does not have them listed on its website.
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Yea, how about the 05', I haven't seen any online. RD motorsport does not have them listed on its website.


Check out Steeda's part #555-1157 $44.95 (3 piece pedal covers)

Also their part #555-1156 $34.95 (dead pedal and bracket)


Hope this is what you wanted.




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Re: pedal covers

No that's not what they're looking for. But anyways, I contacted my supplier and he said they're working on a mold for the 05's so that those owners can get the bullit pedal covers as well, the only down fall is that they're going to be semi-expensive at first. More to come on this.
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^ Keep me updated Rob, my friend still wants some.
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