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Anyone install Premium OEM Pedals in their Base GT

I'm pretty clear on how to get the clutch and brake pedal on, but how in the world do you get the gas pedal on?

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I also see on Ebay some of these OEM kits come with a screw for the gas pedal and some don't. The ones without the screw are half the price. Any insights on this?


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For the brake and clutch pedal covers, soak them in some hot water to soften the rubber. While they're still warm, set the top of the cover in place on the pedal and work down both sides.


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For the brake and clutch pedal covers, soak them in some hot water to soften the rubber. While they're still warm, set the top of the cover in place on the pedal and work down both sides.
Thanks for the warm water tip, but as I said above "I'm pretty clear on how to get the clutch and brake pedal on, but how in the world do you get the gas pedal on?" Any insight on this?

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Thanks for the warm water tip, but as I said above "I'm pretty clear on how to get the clutch and brake pedal on, but how in the world do you get the gas pedal on?" Any insight on this?
The OE Ford covers that I've installed have had doublesided tape on the back of the gas pedal cover. All I had to do was clean the bare pedal with alcohol and stick the cover onto it.

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I tried to install them on my 2014 and it didn't work. The double sided tape and screw models will only go on the gas pedal that is able to be unscrewed from the rear of the pedal. For some reason, my gas pedal is not removable. I checked with the dealership and they said that some models come with a one piece gas pedal. The double side tape is designed to replace the stock gas pedal and not to fit over the existing one. Hope this helps.



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I tried to install them on my 2014 and it didn't work. The double sided tape and screw models will only go on the gas pedal that is able to be unscrewed from the rear of the pedal. For some reason, my gas pedal is not removable. I checked with the dealership and they said that some models come with a one piece gas pedal. The double side tape is designed to replace the stock gas pedal and not to fit over the existing one. Hope this helps.
That answers my question. Looks like I would have to order the whole pedal assembly.

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OEM pedals are a waste of money. Save up and buy Sullivan Racing Products pedals.
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I looked into this as well. The base GT pedal is all in piece. Just get the ones from AM. Basically the same thing.


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OEM pedals are a waste of money. Save up and buy Sullivan Racing Products pedals.
SRP pedals are awesome. Plus you can customize if you want, smooth, grid, cross hatch, and colors.
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