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    Cool pedal fitting help

    ive got a set of the stainless steel pedels for my astra mk4.
    i got them off a vxr.
    the brake and cluch pedel were easy as u just pulled off the rubber covers and the new ones just slipped over like the old ones.
    i just cant see how the gas pedel fits?
    anybody had this trouble?
    i have posted a picture so u can see and let me know.

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    anybody?
    someone must have done this

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    I believe you have to bond it to the pedal.
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    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/VAUXHALL-ASTRA...item3efc73ae4c

    is this the same pedel that would be fitted to my 02 astra sxi?
    if so it can be seen how it fits on the pedel if u check the picture out.

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    you hav to bond/seal/glue it to existing pedal. tigerseal or sumthin like that shud do the trick.

    i think sum1 on here had same problem last year.
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    easy swap, no glue or bonding needed. Mine have been on for 3 years.

    to swap clutch and brake; simply remove old rubbers off the pedals. they are quite a tight fit. if you get a screw driver between the rubber and the metal on the back of the pedal you will be able to pry them off. Fit new pedals on making sure the rubber behind is all the way on. should take you no longer than 5 minutes to do.

    for the acc pedal. there is a clip on the top that locks it in place. you can see it on your new one. you will need to undo it off your old pedal then slide it to the side and it will come off. to fit the new one you slide it into the location then do the clip up.

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