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post #1 of 8 Old 04-14-2013, 03:00 PM Thread Starter
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Dead pedal

Hi all.

I noticed my 2013 doesn't have a dead pedal for my left foot. It has carpet and its getting dirty as heck. Does anyone know if I can guy a rubber pad to put on it or some kind of aftermarket solution? With the sandstone interior the carpet gets bad as it is even with the versa rubber mats and I'd like to keep it as good looking as I can.

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Here's a pic of what I mean Dead pedal-imageuploadedbytapatalk1365951647.714771.jpg

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you can probably rip one out of another car or get some rubber like from a craft store and cut it to size. Then hit it with some glue.


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"Then hit it with some glue."

Don't use glue, use Velcro.
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if the velcro will grab the carpet there that's a good idea. removable and washable then.


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I used indoor carpet for floor mats, you can cut them to shape and cut it to cover the dead pedal.




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I got a rubber mat and cut it to size. I don't even have it glued down, I just set it right there,and it stays in just fine. Here's a pic: 3-22-10 008 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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That looks amazing. Great job.


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I got a rubber mat and cut it to size. I don't even have it glued down, I just set it right there,and it stays in just fine. Here's a pic: 3-22-10 008 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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That looks better than the stock one!

Mine is very cheap, part of it isn't even stuck on anymore.



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