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Foot Pedal Upgrade

Yamie700

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Well this forum made me order another part I didn’t know I needed. Got the Motrobe pedals from Amazon, for $20 they are decent quality. The brake pedal is just slightly smaller than stock rubber cover, should be ok. Both brake and gas pedal are a tight fit. I sprayed some soapy water to help slip things on but still was fiddley to get them on right.
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Well this forum made me order another part I didn’t know I needed. Got the Motrobe pedals from Amazon, for $20 they are decent quality. The brake pedal is just slightly smaller than stock rubber cover, should be ok. Both brake and gas pedal are a tight fit. I sprayed some soapy water to help slip things on but still was fiddley to get them on right.
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Looks good.. so do u recommend them? no issues??
 

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Well this forum made me order another part I didn’t know I needed. Got the Motrobe pedals from Amazon, for $20 they are decent quality. The brake pedal is just slightly smaller than stock rubber cover, should be ok. Both brake and gas pedal are a tight fit. I sprayed some soapy water to help slip things on but still was fiddley to get them on right.
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Nice. Did you remove the outer rubber cover on the pedals before installing the new covers or did they go over the pedals as is?
 

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Yep I have adjustable pedals. If you want a little bling I'd say for $20 they are worth it. They are a tight fit and I don't predict them sliding off at any time.
To install, on the brake pedal you remove the stock rubber cover from the metal pedal/arm and replace it with the new aluminum cover. The oem gas pedal and arm is a solid piece of plastic with no cover, the aluminum cover just slips right over the stock pedal.
 

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To install, on the brake pedal you remove the stock rubber cover from the metal pedal/arm and replace it with the new aluminum cover. The oem gas pedal and arm is a solid piece of plastic with no cover, the aluminum cover just slips right over the stock pedal.

That seems to be pretty much standard, at least for the Ram/Jeep brands. The brake rubber pedals need to be taken off and replaced while the gas pedal is an overlay and fits over the existing pedal (Yep, the gas pedal is just a piece of hard plastic with no rubber over it). I'm planning on installing mine this week, weather permitting. I have adjustable pedals too. Looks Good...Definitely better than OEM rubber and plastic.
 
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Just got these and installed. Echo tight fit, 10 minutes to install. Recommend...especially for $20
 

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Finally got mine on too, I think they look great. Haven’t driven with them on yet.
 

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Just installed mine today. The Brake pedal was a little smaller than the stock OEM rubber pad but still fit (See pic). They are rather tight so it takes a little finessing to get them in but not difficult (about 10 minutes total). Pics included (OEM pedals, to unboxing, brake pedal comparison, to final install) . Last one is of my dog (15.5 year old black Pomeranian) passed out in his car seat/bed while I was installing the pedals. He rides shotgun...everyone else has to ride in the back seat. Worth $20. Get them. Adds a nice touch to the interior.
 

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I thought that was a cat :LOL:

Nice job with the pics. New pedals look great. Mine will be here tomorrow (y)
 

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Just installed mine today. The Brake pedal was a little smaller than the stock OEM rubber pad but still fit (See pic). They are rather tight so it takes a little finessing to get them in but not difficult (about 10 minutes total). Pics included (OEM pedals, to unboxing, brake pedal comparison, to final install) . Last one is of my dog (15.5 year old black Pomeranian) passed out in his car seat/bed while I was installing the pedals. He rides shotgun...everyone else has to ride in the back seat. Worth $20. Get them. Adds a nice touch to the interior.
I must be stupid, because I can't get the damn things on.
 

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The brake cover goes on pretty easy. You'll want to use some soapy water spray on the accelerator cover. I also used a plastic trim tool to help pry the rubber over and around.
 

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The brake cover goes on pretty easy. You'll want to use some soapy water spray on the accelerator cover. I also used a plastic trim tool to help pry the rubber over and around.
I fought with them for 15-20 minutes. :ROFLMAO:
 

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