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Old 04-01-2013, 05:58 PM   #1
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Bullit Pedal cover replacement

I bought the pedal cover kit from LMR. Do I really need to remove the gas pedal to replace the cover? If so how I release the accelerator cable? Thanks, Spiney-Dave
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I found a great video on YouTube that showed me how to do it. I think the maker is Autohow.tv. He has a great series of how to videos for mods upgrades for the SN95 based Mustangs. So tomorrow I'll tackle this.
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You're replacing the pedal covers?
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Yes, but everywhere I look it shows you need to removed the gas pedal to replace it. It's not just the cover.
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When I installed my steeda pedal covers on my previous stang I didn't have to.. But good luck on you're project!
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Did your gas pedal slip on like the clutch & brake? Or were you able to remove the pin without removing the pedal mechanism?

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I had to drill into the pedals. Hardest part was putting the nut on the other side if the pedal
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Old 04-03-2013, 02:06 AM   #8
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I got the clutch, brake, and dead pedal changed out today. The clutch and brake were a bear to do. I had to put them in boiling water to soften up, then put them onto the old mount. It took me 3 times. The secret was to really manhandle them, took lots of patience and brute strength. I almost gave up, but finally got them on. Tomorrow I'll finish up with the gas pedal. I have to remove it which for me is difficult. I have a really bad back and I'm left handed. So it's hard for me to get up under there and remove the bolts. If I can't get it I'll find a skinny flexible kid to do it. I'll post pics when all done.
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