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I just called WingStuff.com to try to get a new pad for my brake pedal and they don't have one. I believethe floor boards and pedals are made by ShowChrome. WingStuff called ShowChrome while I was on the line and ShowChrome does not make replacement rubber pads for the pedals only the floor boards.

Does anyone have a suggestion on how to get a rubber pad on to the brake pedal. My foot keeps slipping off and I don't want to be in an emergency braking situation and have my foot slip off the brake.

Thanks, Waynester
 

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Maybe you can find an old rubber mat of some kind and cut a small peice out and glue it on with some 3M adhesive. That is what I did and it works fine.
 

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:)ACE hardware has thick (1/2") door mates that I cut and shaped and glued in, looks like originals. Just finished them yesterday.
 

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Some of the auto parts stores carry generic pedal pad replacements. Just measure yours and take your measurments in. You will probably find one close enough.

John
 

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Kuryakyn makes one...try Cyclemax or Wingstuff etc. I have one fitted .
 

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On my 1200 I found an old post about using an auto pad (emergency brake pedal pad actually). It works perfectly for about $2.95. It slips over the metal pad and stays in place my itseld.

HTH

JimC in NC (USA)
 
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