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New Kooglewerks cast aluminum dead pedals

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We've been hard at work (and having a lot of fun) developing new "period correct / vintage" motorsport products for the 2002 community!

 

Our new cast aluminum dead pedals are designed specifically for the BMW 2002 (tread design matches OEM accelerator pedal) and help to aid in driver comfort and access to clutch pedal while driving aggressively, on and off track.

The upper mounting holes lock under factory underdash panel tab, (drilling optional) lower mounting holes require two 3/32” holes drilled in floor pan. (to install two #8 sheet metal screws, provided) choice of three finish options: raw/tumbled cast aluminum, satin black powder coat and satin black powder coat with brushed KoogleWerks logo.

 

http://www.kooglewerks.com/products/cast-aluminum-dead-pedal

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That's nice.  Do you have a photo of it installed?  I would probably get it installed and situated with the sheet metal screws, and then finish it with a set of captive head studs, down through the pedal/floor and put a nut on the underside. For that clean look. 

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4 hours ago, eurotrash said:

That's nice.  Do you have a photo of it installed?  I would probably get it installed and situated with the sheet metal screws, and then finish it with a set of captive head studs, down through the pedal/floor and put a nut on the underside. For that clean look. 

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That would definitely look stealth! (& easy access to hardware from under floor pan) I do hate sheet metal screws shot through the floor and hanging down asking to rust... or poke ya when the car's on the lift!

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I would highly second Forrest's recommendation of nutserts (from the Classified post) as well. You can find sealed/close ended versions on McMaster-Carr and other places with a good selection of hardware. Use a dab of seam sealer before inserting it into the floor board and you should never have to worry about it causing further rust.

 

I use them for almost anything I can on cars, they're simply marvelous.

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