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Sep 27, 3:46pm - #48775 
put stock GTS pedals on a GT

i was wandering it were possible for someone to take off the stock gts pedals and dead pedals and put them on my gt both stamdard


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Sep 27, 7:54pm - #48776 
Yes.

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Sep 27, 8:48pm - #48777 
Originally Posted by Doppelganger
Yes.


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Sep 27, 10:33pm - #48778 
can i buy gts pedals from somewhere? because i dont seem to like the replica type pedals ecelica has there is no rubber


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Sep 27, 10:40pm - #48779 
your local toyota dealership can get them, if they're not already in stock.


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Sep 27, 11:06pm - #48780 
check with edrick of claremont toyota.. they have the gts pedals (whole assembly) there with foot rest or you could buy this from him and then get the foot rest separately

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Sep 27, 11:33pm - #48781 
yep...toyota dealerships would be your best bet.

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Sep 28, 9:22am - #48782 
and they are expeeeeeeeeeensive!!! frown


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Sep 28, 9:30am - #48783 
the dead pedal is the most expensive.

But I like the look

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Sep 28, 9:35am - #48784 
These are what Im looking at getting...you have to buy the dead pedal seperate. Linked Image


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Sep 28, 9:48am - #48785 
thumbsup cool, decide on which one yet?

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Sep 28, 10:28am - #48786 
i like the shaped


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Sep 28, 10:37am - #48787 
check a junk yard...or ebay!

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Sep 28, 11:15am - #48788 
Im definitly going with shaped. Only $59! Plus another $34 for dead pedal. Half as much as the GTS pedals with almost the same look.


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Sep 28, 1:06pm - #48789 
www.toyotaguys.com

They could get them but you have to call...


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Sep 28, 3:43pm - #48790 
remember if you get the gts petals it is the whole assembly..which means you will probably have to take it to a shop to get installed...you best bet it to find some pedals that look like the gts ones (but the not full assembly, just fits over your stock pedals) I'll find pics later...and then buy the gts dead pedal (which should run around $50 dollars)

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Sep 28, 4:07pm - #48791 
For something that looks like the GTS pedals, but doesn't cost quite as much, you might also consider the pedals from Autovation. The 7th gen versions aren't ready yet, but I think they will look really nice.

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Sep 28, 4:22pm - #48792 
I have seen the chaning of the brake pedal once. (I left before they did the other pedals) but here is the the spec that was used... looked easy, and it was done in 20 mins.

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Sep 28, 5:49pm - #48793 
why don't you just get the pedals in the Ecelica store?


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Sep 28, 6:03pm - #48794 
I dunno, im strange. I want the OEM's for some reason.

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Sep 28, 7:31pm - #48795 
they dont seem to have the rubber grip like the oem ones


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Sep 28, 8:35pm - #48796 
aftermarket is the best nowadays thumbsup


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Sep 28, 9:22pm - #48797 
Originally Posted by CelicaPrincess
remember if you get the gts petals it is the whole assembly..which means you will probably have to take it to a shop to get installed...


Don't take them to a shop. This mod will not take you more than 30 minutes to complete.

First, the Rest Pedal you just pull out with a little force. Then you replace it with the new one by just popping it in. This will take you no more than 2 minutes.

Second, the Gas & Clutch this is just pads. This is extremely easy. You just remove the plastic pads and replace then with the aluminum pads. This will take you no more than 5 minutes for both pads.

The only one that is a full replace is the Gas pedal. This pedal is attach by 2 bolt in the center of the pedal which is shown in the picture I posted below and the Gas wire which is attached at the top of the pedal also posted picture below. The only reason why this pedal takes 23 minutes to replace, it's located in such an uncomfortable position.

This mod is extremely easy just a bit expensive to get the genuine aluminum pedals. GOOD LUCK!

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Sep 28, 9:43pm - #48798 
one of my friend's friend just got a gts and he said hell prolly end up gettin after market pedals so hell prolly give them to me


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Sep 28, 9:59pm - #48799 
these pedals are $49 from edrick (claremont) and $50 for the dead pedals
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Sep 29, 8:32am - #48800 
are those the obx pedals or are they the oem ones


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Sep 29, 9:10am - #48801 
Originally Posted by FPcelica
are those the obx pedals or are they the oem ones


i'm not sure but you might wanna call him & ask 909-625-1500 i dont know if they have an 800 number.

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Sep 29, 3:35pm - #48802 
Hi! I'm new to this forum, I just wanted to let you know I'm making a cheaper alternative to the OEM aluminium footrest. The look is pretty much the same as the one on the GTS. Here's a pic of my product:

http://www.a2designs.ca/performanceParts.htm

I'm selling them for 15$ (USD) each. Easiest way to buy them is by emailing me directly: ilikeshortskis@hotmail.com
I take paypal. Please direct questions to my email, because I don't check the boards often.

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