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Thread: Dead Pedals Are In!!!!!!

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    Dead Pedals Are In!!!!!!

    OK Boys and Girls, hot of the assembly line at Kenny Brown Performance is 15 shiny new Dead Pedals...

    These are the original style, the plain black pad instead of the brushed aluminum with the rubber inserts.

    The same pricing as before, 10% off of retail for MM.net members, plus obligatory shipping cost.

    Give me a call if you would like one.

    Thank you.
    Last edited by kbmg; 02-26-2004 at 12:48 PM.

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    1 down... 14 more still on the shelf :up:

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    [QUOTE=kbmg]1 down... 14 more still on the shelf :up:[/QUOTE]
    If you guys haven't bought the dead pedal yet, what are you wating for? This is the best "first mod" and is well worth it.

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    Three Styles

    [QUOTE=kbmg]These are the original style, the plain black pad instead of the brushed aluminum with the rubber inserts.
    Thank you.[/QUOTE]
    Can you post a picture of the current dead pedal, I have the brushed aluminum w/rubber inserts, and your other picture shows just the brushed aluminum one....Are there three styles of this dead pedal ? :confused:

    By the way, I love my dead pedal, It's a sure fit. :bounce:
    Carlos
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    [QUOTE=gonzo50]Can you post a picture of the current dead pedal, I have the brushed aluminum w/rubber inserts, and your other picture shows just the brushed aluminum one....Are there three styles of this dead pedal ? :confused:

    By the way, I love my dead pedal, It's a sure fit. :bounce:[/QUOTE]
    Sorry...What's a dead pedal and why do I need one? :confused:
    Or better yet, How would I benefit from installing one?


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    [QUOTE=Go Mifuni]Sorry...What's a dead pedal and why do I need one? :confused:
    Or better yet, How would I benefit from installing one?[/QUOTE]

    It's a 3rd pedal you install. It's a place for your left foot to be when you do extreme turning. From what I gather, it keeps you from smacking your head on the window in the twisties.

    :)
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    I can't drive 55. I'm looking forward to not being able to drive 75 ether.

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    [url]http://www.mercurymarauder.net/forums/showthread.php?t=7848[/url]
    There is a pic at the top of this thread.

    Basically it's a 2" X 3" version of your factory pedals.
    Last edited by kbmg; 03-03-2004 at 02:02 PM.

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    [QUOTE=Go Mifuni]Sorry...What's a dead pedal and why do I need one? :confused:
    Or better yet, How would I benefit from installing one?[/QUOTE]

    A Dead Pedal is a pedal that your left foot sets on while driving your Marauder. It will give you a more balanced feeling and offers proper support when you get aggressive with the car.

    The piece will mount up in about an hour with regular hand tools and a drill.

    Once it's in, you'll wonder how you ever drove without it.
    Last edited by kbmg; 03-05-2004 at 09:45 AM.

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    13 left..... :up:
    Last edited by kbmg; 03-03-2004 at 02:57 PM.

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    I don't know why I waited but I ordered mine...<!--StartFragment --> [img]http://smilies.sofrayt.com/1/r/dance.gif[/img]
    I'll keep my Freedom, my Money, my Religion, my Guns & you can keep the " Change ".

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    11 on the shelf.... :up:

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    10 on the shelf.... :banana2: :up:

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    9 left on the shelf..... :banana2:

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    8 left on the shelf.... :banana2:

    Give me a call to order your very own, you'll wonder why the car didn't come from the factory with it.

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    Finally installed the dead pedal- actually bought it before taking delivery of my Marauder! Did the install yesterday,really was a piece of cake{thanks to all the install tips found here} only took 25 minutes,and thats with stripping the threads on one of the welded nuts.Oh yeah dont try to enlarge the holes in the kick panel while its in place the drill bit will eat the threads! Luckily I had an old 1/4 20 tap in the tool box.Easy job,great addition to the car- as they say should've been there from the factory. :up:
    Dennis *** '04 MARAUDER DTR ,'72 SS EL CAMINO ,'07 AVALANCHE

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