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celica2nv
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celica2nv Dec 27, 5:45pm - #73717 

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ok i just installled my gas pedal and break for my nokya pedals from the estore...howw do you install the foot rest just screw right into the rest or drill holes first...oh yeh does anybody have these pedals the gas was a pain in the ass to install and the break i just left the covere on is this alright?
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celica2nv Dec 27, 11:20pm - #73718 

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anybody know cry
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Celicaracer18 Dec 27, 11:38pm - #73719 

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i thought the foot rest just screwed right in, but i'm not real shure
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celica2nv Dec 28, 12:00am - #73720 

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screws in where? im not sure there are three holes in the pedal but none in the rest
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Celicaracer18 Dec 28, 12:12am - #73721 

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like i said i'm not real sure

if there aren't any holes then i'd just drill some, but thats just me
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celica2nv Dec 28, 12:24am - #73722 

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wewll if you are postitive that there isnt anything behind the foot rest ill drill it on too lol
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Johnny178 Dec 28, 12:25am - #73723 

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there is nothing behind the foot rest... the stock rest is actually hollow if i remember right.
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Celicaracer18 Dec 28, 12:28am - #73724 

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if you drill it right it won't matter just use short screws
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Doppelganger Dec 28, 3:52am - #73725 

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The footrest and gas pedal are fairly soft plastics, so with a decent self-tapping screw you shouldn't need to drill. Just place the new pedal over the existing one and screw it on. That being said, for my pedals, I drilled small pilot holes anyway.

The footrest comes right off if you pull on it, then you can see what's on the other side. Don't worry, it snaps right back into place.
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Celicaracer18 Dec 28, 3:56am - #73726 

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Originally Posted by Doppelganger
The footrest and gas pedal are fairly soft plastics, so with a decent self-tapping screw you shouldn't need to drill. Just place the new pedal over the existing one and screw it on. That being said, for my pedals, I drilled small pilot holes anyway.

The footrest comes right off if you pull on it, then you can see what's on the other side. Don't worry, it snaps right back into place.
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