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Its always better without the rubber!

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Or even better, to match the outside of the car (I'm thinkin' red)
I'd want red. I've got a set of four red pedals in my red Celica with red window tint. I'd pretty much do the same thing to the GXP when I get it...stock red GXP stitching in the leather seats is a good start to the interior. A few more ideas once I get the car and it'll be a great Celica replacement
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Crap like this is gonna make me go broke. Already have 3 orders in with u guys! Might just ignore the site and come back and order everything else u come up with!

Save on shipping! >LoL<

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I drove the Kappasphere car at the WCKCC event. These pedals were on their car. It just stopped raining and the bottoms of my shoes were wet. I got on it a couple of times and my feet stuck to these pedals. They also look very cool.

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I've moved the pedal pricing discussion posts to a new thread since these types of discussions are not meant for product announcement threads.

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Can you tell us how the dead pedal attaches? It would appear that holes are drilled and then the pedal screwed in. Is that correct?

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Any word on when these will be available to purchase with the rubber inserts? Any chance we can see a pic of the pedal box with the rubber inserts included?

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That is a NO-NO. Don't tell me that.

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Can you tell us how the dead pedal attaches? It would appear that holes are drilled and then the pedal screwed in. Is that correct?

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Can you tell us how the dead pedal attaches? It would appear that holes are drilled and then the pedal screwed in. Is that correct?

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Correct!
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Can you tell us how the dead pedal attaches? It would appear that holes are drilled and then the pedal screwed in. Is that correct?

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Yes, it's as simple as that. The drilling makes it really easy since the stock footrest is plastic and very easy to remove.

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Yes, it's as simple as that. The drilling makes it really easy since the stock footrest is plastic and very easy to remove.

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Cool! I've already got my wife looking at this for my birthday!

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Yes, it's as simple as that. The drilling makes it really easy since the stock footrest is plastic and very easy to remove.

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Neil,
Anything beneath the footrest area that we should be concerned with? Worrying about drilling through and hitting something important. Also, are you guys supplying the mounting hardware as well, the site does not say?
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I'm still waitning for my car, and just bought those cool pedals, footrest and lil chromies....I gues I can place them in the reserved parking sapot in the garage.
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Anything beneath the footrest area that we should be concerned with? Worrying about drilling through and hitting something important. Also, are you guys supplying the mounting hardware as well, the site does not say?
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There is nothing beneath the driver's footrest. But to be safe I would recommend actually removing the stock footrest from the car to drill. This is much easier than trying to drill it in the car. The stock footrest comes out with 2 bolts.

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