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They are the E46 Aluminum Pedals (m) (archive)

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Posted by Esteves on January 05, 2001 at 10:55:19:

In Reply to: are those dinan pedals? posted by Ben FR on January 05, 2001 at 09:25:52:

They are the aluminum pedals for the E46 cars. They fit well over the pedals.

The stock clutch and brake pedals are just rubber and can be removed.

The clutch pedal is ABS plastic, so drilling through that is simple.

The brake pedal is entirely metal. So, drilling through that will take time - and patience.

The gas pedal is ABS plastic, drilling is easy, but you may want to raise the aluminum pedal up a bit to account for a floor mat and also naturally movement of the gas pedal being depressed.

The hardest part was attaching the nuts to the screws from BEHIND which is very tricky.

Shawn encountered the same problem when installing his Skaggs pedals. Click onto the link below to see how he resolved it.

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