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I gig mine myself.. (archive)

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Posted by Bassem on February 07, 2000 at 16:40:34:

In Reply to: After-market pedals. posted by RT7 on February 07, 2000 at 12:03:02:

I did the ACS pedals, all you need is a drill and three or four bits and a drill index.

Use a red marker or corrector fluid and mark teh spots. Use a drill index punck and gently tap it with a small light hammer to make a nick in the metal or plastic in the right way.

Drill an undersized hole and slowly enlarge with progressively larger tips until the ultimate size.

The ONLY hole you need to worry about is the gas pedal lower right. For that one, you should undersize it, as the bolts are not long enough to reach the other side (this on a 98). SO you simply tighten the bolts into the plastic pedal.

Total time 1 hr or 1 1/3hr.

Bassem


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