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booyaolian
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booyaolian Oct 7, 11:38pm - #51866 
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is there a way to

ok...i got the new manual pedal set from ecelica store

has anyone installed them already?

anyone knows a way to install them without drilling?

do i have to take the rubber covers off my pedals?

thx!!!
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IcEd blUe
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IcEd blUe Oct 7, 11:48pm - #51867 

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does the bottom look like this (with the screws) Linked Image
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booyaolian Oct 7, 11:52pm - #51868 
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YES!!!
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IcEd blUe Oct 7, 11:58pm - #51869 

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then thats suuuuuuuuuuuper easy, hold the bottom thng and screw it in
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celica2nv Oct 8, 12:04am - #51870 

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does anybody have those pedals and feel that their feet slip a lot when it rains and ur feet get wet. may sound stupid but i have heard that its a little slippery and so i am iffy on getting them let me know wave
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Grand-Touring-Dan Oct 8, 1:26am - #51871 
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I have the pedals. I do not have any problems wit slipperyness, except for with my work shoes. My shoes have no tread. No other problems with being wet. YOu have to take off the rubber pads on the pedals except on the gas pedal. Here is a link to my pics.

https://www.celicahobby.com/ubbthreads/thread.f_155712_0_collapsed_5__1.html
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ev3 Oct 8, 8:07am - #51872 

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Originally Posted by celica2nv
does anybody have those pedals and feel that their feet slip a lot when it rains and ur feet get wet. may sound stupid but i have heard that its a little slippery and so i am iffy on getting them let me know wave


I may definitely be wrong but i'd assume that pretty hard for your feet to completely slip off the pedals while you're driving grin
i got the stock GTS drilled pedals..no problems with slipping but you have to clean them once in a while or they look yukky thumbsup
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glitch Oct 8, 8:42am - #51873 
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it does look like your feet can slip on them, but i just got mine and they have grip rings taht protrude from teh holes on the pedals.

i used the screws for every pedal except for the dead pedal, which i had to drill

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Chiller Oct 9, 12:15am - #51874 
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Originally Posted by ev3
Originally Posted by celica2nv
does anybody have those pedals and feel that their feet slip a lot when it rains and ur feet get wet. may sound stupid but i have heard that its a little slippery and so i am iffy on getting them let me know wave


I may definitely be wrong but i'd assume that pretty hard for your feet to completely slip off the pedals while you're driving grin
i got the stock GTS drilled pedals..no problems with slipping but you have to clean them once in a while or they look yukky thumbsup


Actually, when it rains here my foot slips off the clutch, but i have black towels on my floor so I just wipe my feet off.

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