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Old 03-02-2011, 01:55 PM
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Question How to Remove Gas and Break Pedals ?

I'd like to replace my stock Gas and break pedals. I wasn't sure how easy it was to do so. So if anyone knows the steps to removing them please leave a reply and let me know.

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the stock pedals on most vw cars are plastic usually with a rubber insert or a metal covering for the r32 models as for the pedal itself it is part of the arm. your best bet is to screw the new pedals in to the existing plastic
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