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Imanthony 08-01-2013 09:21 PM

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I just got done installing Mopar stainless steel gas and brake pedal kit.

Wow what a project! My arms feel like I just reeled in a 50 lb tuna!

The gas pedal was easy.. It just clipped on after about 5 minutes of wiggling.

The brake pedal was another story. I read in Amazon reviews a recommendation to first soak the brake pedal in boiling water.

I let them soak.. Then tried to pry it on using a flat head screwdriver for 10 minutes.. Then I soaked it again in boiling water... The another 10 minutes of wrangling.

Finally I soaked it one last time. This time I first starter with top right side, then bottom left... Then bottom right... So close!! Finally I was able to slip the screwdriver under the top left side and pried it on. I actually couldn't believe I got it on for about a minute.

Here is a pic of mission accomplished:

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All in all it was an awesome mod for about $60. Super cool and sporty looking!!

BTW this is the link on Amazon where I bought them:

willjeep 08-01-2013 09:31 PM

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Looks great, good job! now if your up for it seach for scottinas E brake mod, complete the set.

SNUKE 08-01-2013 11:52 PM

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Originally Posted by willjeep (Post 868592)
Looks great, good job! now if your up for it seach for scottinas E brake mod, complete the set.

Imanthony 08-02-2013 05:12 AM

Nice ebrake mod looks like my next project!

GCLimited 08-02-2013 10:18 AM

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Too bad the curve on the replacement E brake pad does not match the curve of the brake & gas pedals.

Still waiting for Chrysler to come out with a true matching stainless steel pedal pad for the E brake.


BTW, the trick to get the brake pedal pad on is to heat it up with a hot air gun and work glove to protect your hand from the heat. Boiling water isn't hot enough. I wish I knew this trick BEFORE I put my set on!

Scottina06 08-02-2013 10:30 AM

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yep...heat gun or hair dryer....took me 30 seconds after heating with the wifes hair dryer....LOL

willjeep 08-02-2013 10:51 AM

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Check out Fosters vertical E brake mod on page 4 of this thread. I ordered the charger s/s e brake pad that is what i am going to try.
Stainless Pedal for Emergency Brake

Scottina06 08-02-2013 11:06 AM

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its the same pad

willjeep 08-02-2013 11:12 AM

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I know Scott, Foster has a mod to install it vertical that looks do - able. BTW

Thanks for all your work maintaining this forum.

Will F.

CHALLENGERBIZJET 08-03-2013 09:34 PM

Didn't enjoy them i sent them back. The pedals didn't give me the impression that I could stop when the weather gets wet as well as my shoes. The little stubs on the brake and gas pedal weren't really the rubbery feeling I expected,they were more plasticky and made me feel like if they got wet my foot would slip which if for whatever reason I need to stop quickly I didnt have the confidence that I would be able to with those pedals.

nonopr01 08-05-2013 12:03 PM

Talking about finicky people. The gas and brake is just for looks not for performance. Looks better finished.

CHALLENGERBIZJET 08-08-2013 06:38 PM

It might look better finished but when you live in the Midwest with snow and rain I need function. Also because if my foot slips off that pretty pedal then it won't matter how good they look while the car is at the tow yard and my insurance company is tryin to fix it or total it.

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