Re: Stainless Steel Brake & Gas Pedals
I ended up doing some minor mods to the backside of the brake pedal pad, but eventually got it on and perfectly seated.
hm, well, as far as the slippery pretty pedal and all..
So here I live in New England.
Got my driver's license in 1974.
Drove not only my but many of my friend's jalopies.
Now drive out to the barn often to hang with / deal with 'the pony'. And there is a lot of slippery 'stuff' there if you get my drift.
Hint: if you are hitting the brake pedal hard, the fancy pad makes no difference. If you know the vehicle well (and probably even if you don't) you are gonna hit the pedal pretty squarely.
Further hint: if you have no idea what you are doing and you only hit the corner 1/4 inch of the brake pedal, and then sue the world because the corner of the brake pedal didn't grip on your slick-soled shoes - you will be reviled by everybody on this forum forever more. And perhaps rot in some hot place, but I won't infer a particular set or religious beliefs..
2007 WK Limited 5.7L
2014 WK2 Overland 5.7L !!
And a few past Durangos