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Rubber Brake Pedal Cover
06/05/06 at 13:39:26
 
 
Well, I hopped on the bike and rode up to Auto Zone with tape measure in hand and here is the result...





And here is the part number, should anyone else choose to do this to your own bike...



The fit is pretty tight, so I don't think any type of adhesive will be necessary.  It gives me much more surface area for my foot, and the ribbing in the pad makes it less likely for my foot to slide off when I don't want it to.
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Re: Brake Pedal Cover -- NOW DONE!
Reply #1 - 07/19/06 at 10:38:54
 
Ended up using a dab of contact cement on mine so it doesn't move around, beside that it's great Grin.
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Re: Brake Pedal Cover -- NOW DONE!
Reply #2 - 07/19/06 at 11:57:53
 
Yeah, its not the absolute perfect fit, but it was about the closest I could find.  Mine stays in place just fine without glue, I just have to watch catching my toe on it and pulling it off.
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Re: Brake Pedal Cover -- NOW DONE!
Reply #3 - 07/25/06 at 23:36:25
 
Fact -- I've ridden with this mod in wet weather and it does not get slick.  Look closely and you'll see the tread on the cover.  I'll guarantee you it is less slick than the metal pedal.
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Re: Brake Pedal Cover -- NOW DONE!
Reply #4 - 06/01/09 at 08:51:56
 
Great find! Thanks for the tip. A spot of Gorilla Glue on mine and it's not going anywhere.  Cool
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Re: Brake Pedal Cover -- NOW DONE!
Reply #5 - 09/22/11 at 12:26:19
 
Here is a pic of my installation. I used a stainless wire tie and cut out the groove in the raised part of the tread to set it in flush.
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Re: Rubber Brake Pedal Cover
Reply #6 - 05/19/13 at 03:46:22
 
Just made this addition to my '09 S40. Seems like a great idea.
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Re: Rubber Brake Pedal Cover
Reply #7 - 06/29/13 at 17:25:43
 
GREAT IDEA!!!   I just ordered one!!  Thanks!

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