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Old 01-05-2014, 05:27 PM
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Bonus built clutch pedal

Hey folks. I'm in need of a stock 48-52 clutch pedal for my COE project. If anyone has ditched their clutch and/or both pedals and has an extra, please PM me. Thank you FTE.
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Hey folks. I'm in need of a stock 48-52 clutch pedal for my COE project. If anyone has ditched their clutch and/or both pedals and has an extra, please PM me. Thank you FTE.
Scott, are you looking for something like this?

If so PM me.
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Those might work, but they look really long. I was thinking a regular truck pedal might work better as my cab sits lower on the frame than a stock COE. Will PM you.
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Those might work, but they look really long. I was thinking a regular truck pedal might work better as my cab sits lower on the frame than a stock COE. Will PM you.
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Scott I sent you a PM. might be able to help ya. Its an opportunity for me to pay it forward.
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How is your build coming ? Do you have a place nice and warm to work on it?
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I have the set from my 51 F1 if needed.
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I've got the set pictured above coming from harleymsn......but thank you to all who have offered.
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