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Old 01-06-2004, 10:09 AM   #1
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Anniversary pedals

Where can I purchase these??? I want the silver ones! oooooooooooo

"20th Edition Anniversary pedals"??? Metal Drilled?? Anyone?
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Where can I purchase these??? I want the silver ones! oooooooooooo

"20th Edition Anniversary pedals"??? Metal Drilled?? Anyone?
Try Custom Maxima or Courtesy Nissan.
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Old 01-06-2004, 11:13 AM   #3
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Old 01-06-2004, 02:13 PM   #4
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I've already looked at Jerry Rome Nissan. Can you please give me pherhaps a product number?
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not really metal drilled, more like black rubber with thin aluminum with holes on top
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not really metal drilled, more like black rubber with thin aluminum with holes on top
Still look good

Also, image...if you plan on getting these, I reccomend getting the 350Z dead pedal to go along with it. You can find it at any of those sites as well.
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Old 01-06-2004, 04:32 PM   #7
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Def. getting the dead pedal. However, I heard some "tweaking" is needed for it. Also, I saw the pedals on courtesy nissan... You have to buy it all seperate? That's almost as much a a aluminum Sparco pedal kit on sounddomain. Are these worth the money? http://www.sounddomain.com/sku/SPA0378713 .. lemme know what you think fellas. Also, Im starting to notice that they sell "covers" and not pedal replacments... :X
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well the pedals are covers, you take off the stock black rubber pedal covers and slip on the AE ones(prepare for sore fingers). the AE gas pedal is the actual pedal though which you have to unclip the stock pedal assembly and snap on the new one.

the Z pedal is easy to modify to fit, you just have to dremel off most of the plastic bracket so you can bolt it down to the carpet.
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Old 01-06-2004, 06:24 PM   #9
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So i have to purchase all 3 of these + the Z Pedal?
http://www.courtesyparts.com/Merchan...de=18005-A33PL
http://www.courtesyparts.com/Merchan...de=46531-A33MT
http://www.courtesyparts.com/Merchan...de=46531-A33MT
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And these will work with my 95 maxima????
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Btw, these arent on Rome's Nissan site are they? (20th Anniversary Pedals)??????
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yes, Brake and clutch pedal for a 5speed is the same thing.
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is this the lowes price I can find? Rome Nissan DOesnt sell them???? (Nismo???)
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no idea, I got mine used. all I know is custommaxima and courtesy
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u can get'em on ebay sometimes. can't have mine
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Old 01-07-2004, 09:55 AM   #15
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Give me yur PEDALS!!!!!!!!!! ME WANT!!!!!!!
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well the pedals are covers, you take off the stock black rubber pedal covers and slip on the AE ones(prepare for sore fingers). the AE gas pedal is the actual pedal though which you have to unclip the stock pedal assembly and snap on the new one.

the Z pedal is easy to modify to fit, you just have to dremel off most of the plastic bracket so you can bolt it down to the carpet.
So does the gas pedal just snap on pretty easily? doesn't it say professinal installation?
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So does the gas pedal just snap on pretty easily? doesn't it say professinal installation?
well it was easy. to make it really easy you un bolt the whole pedal off the car so you can flip it upside down to get better access to the clip mechanism thing. there is one trick though to get a perfect install- right now this may sound confusing and all but when you take off the stock pedal you will know what I mean:

the pedal is held on a metal rod and since the AE gas pedal is slightly bigger than the stock one, you have to wrap that metal rod with some electric tape to make it fit more snug, after you do that you can slide it on and clip it down.
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hrrrmmmmm thats confusing! lol
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you have mail....I have an auto set for sale with dead pedal
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you have mail....I have an auto set for sale with dead pedal
coolness. Im in Dallas right now. I will be back later tonight. As a side note, I have a stick.. not an auto, so I may have to buy everything but the gas pedal or whatever it may be.... Thanks!
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