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OBX Sport Pedals Installation

Discussion in 'General Automotive' started by Alex8181, Nov 20, 2005.

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    Written By: Alex8181

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    Time Frame: 20 Minutes

    Step 1: Here is a picture of the OBX Sport Pedals offered by Scion. They are real aluminum with rubber pegs. The size of the pedals are almost identical to the stock pieces so if you're looking for larger pedals, you may want to go with another aftermarket manufacturer.

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    Step 2: Start off by peeling the stock rubber pieces off of the brake and clutch pedals only. The accelerator pedal is one piece and does not come off.

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    Step 3: That should leave you with the bare pedals for the brake and clutch. The accelerator cannot be removed.

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    Step 4: Here is a picture of the brake and clutch pedals together. As you can see there is not much differences in their sizes.

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    Step 5: Because you'll be trying to slide rubber against metal, it'll help to moisten the back of the pedals covers with water before putting them in.

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    Step 6: As you can see from the previous pictures, it's pretty much a matter of sliding them on. If you're having trouble putting them on, you can heat the rubber on the pedals with a blowdryer to get some flexibility. Once done you should have something like this.

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