pedal pads

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  1. SnoRider

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    I'm not really a fan of these, but the OEM rubber on the brake pedal was missing when I bought the truck so I figured what the hell ill get a pair since it does snows and rains here.

    I installed them with the little tabs that came with them to see how they look, but I'm probably going to secure them better sometime soon.

    they were billet aluminum, had my friend black texture powder coat them. This is by far my favorite powder. They turned out awesome.

    here is the link to my album:
    http://www.ramforum.com/members/snorider/albums/pedal-pads/
     
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    I like them.
     
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    Those are pretty cool. I like them.
     
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    I was expecting something hideous. Look good though. Really though how often to you look at the brake peddle?
     
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    joetama - thanks. I don't look at my pedal's but when you don't have the OEM rubber or plastic pads on the peddle's and it rains and snows its kind of important to be able to grip your peddles when you are driving. It's strictly a functional item, I got them powder coated to go with the rest of the truck and also to give the friend who does powder coating more projects. So it was a win/win situation for both of us.
     
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    I could definitely see how a slippery peddle might make things difficult. So rough powder coat plus the nubs should mean maximum traction!
     
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    yep for sure.
     
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    I think they look cool.
     
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    Looks good man!! I ought to get mine done, they are still aluminum.
     

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