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Old 07-31-2013, 08:48 AM   #1
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Feet slipping off brake

Anyone else having issue when their shoes are wet. My foot slips off brake and gas pedal?
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Bump for the best thread topic ever! I'm curious too, hopefully some experts chime in. Maybe there's a TSB for this or a recall of some sort. Subscribed
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Baby needs a new pair of shoes, jive turkey!
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Baby needs a new pair of shoes, jive turkey!
You didn't just say jive turkey! There's no need for that kinda language. You didn't have to go there. Lol
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I rhino lined my pedals and shoes. No slips
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Old 07-31-2013, 09:58 AM   #11
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I've had no issue with flats that have no tread on them (and can slip on concrete). Maybe they gave you a hard plastic cover for your brake pedal instead of a rubber one?
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You didn't just say jive turkey! There's no need for that kinda language. You didn't have to go there. Lol
Jive Turkey: Baby Needs a New Pair of Shoes

That's the name of the movie I heard this in...ah, 1974, 'twas a good year...not!
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I have the same problem when I drive to soccer wearing my cleats...
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Mebbe better pedals are part of the Brembo Brake Package, har! Ok, ok, time to let up on the guy, I guess.....
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Jive Turkey: Baby Needs a New Pair of Shoes

That's the name of the movie I heard this in...ah, 1974, 'twas a good year...not!
My comment was a few lines from the movie Semi-Pro with Will Farrell. If you haven't seen it, there's a scene where they're saying all kinds of foul stuff to one another, but the laughter ends when somebody says "Jive Turkey". Like its the worst possible thing that can be said. The movie took place in the '70's, lol.
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Lol. No big deal. My first car with metal pedals. Accustomed to big ugly rubber pedals. Damn near rear ended someone a stop light this morning.
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My comment was a few lines from the movie Semi-Pro with Will Farrell. If you haven't seen it, there's a scene where they're saying all kinds of foul stuff to one another, but the laughter ends when somebody says "Jive Turkey". Like its the worst possible thing that can be said. The movie took place in the '70's, lol.
Lmao here you go 5LHO.
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Lol. No big deal. My first car with metal pedals. Accustomed to big ugly rubber pedals. Damn near rear ended someone a stop light this morning.
You could try these (one of the top hits when I searched for 2011 Mustang pedals).

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I'm surprised no one said plasti dip!
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Hey my stock wheels are blessed with "the dip"! Lol
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I woulda said, velcro.
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Anyone else having issue when their shoes are wet. My foot slips off brake and gas pedal?
Wet shoes?
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I hang on pretty good to the peddle with 13w feet. Even with no shoes, which I prefer.
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When my shoes are wet they slip all over the pedals... Why I drove home from work barefoot when I was washing dishes.
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It's all preference. Use the search tool. There are hundreds if those threads asking the same thing.
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Steeda also makes billet aluminum pedal covers ... they are much more "sticky" IMO as I experienced slipping feet when wet.
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