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Old 09-29-2009
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I started on mods for the Ranger. The pedals had no grip. I came across a set of covers for the time being. Not bad for $3.80. Right now I am trying to get the headliner fixed and the multi-function switch fixed.

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Do those have any grip to them? They look pretty slick.
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Do those have any grip to them? They look pretty slick.
x2 IDK if they fit but SN-95 bullitt mustang pedals would look awesome.



There has to be a way to get those to work.
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bob, rwenzing had them, but he probably made a prototype special edition set for the ranger, or made a set of sn95 custom ranger edition super "1 off" pedals. lol
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The squarish metal Ranger clutch and brake pedal faces under the pads have to be reshaped and recurved to allow the tapered and curved Bullitt pedal pads to fit over them. The Bullitt gas pedal is a completely different style but it can be adapted to fit over the Ranger pedal with a lot of sculpting to both parts.




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Both the Ranger and Mustang accel pedals had to be trimmed a lot to get them to fit together. It's necessary to cut the back of the Mustang accel pedal down as much as possible. If not, it adds too much on top of the stocker and big feet can contact it while braking.





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What little bit I have driven the Ranger since I installed them, they seem to have pretty good grip. I currently have the steering column apart to replace the multi-function switch.
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i use grip tape for skateboards on my pedals. works great and doesnt look to bad either
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i use grip tape for skateboards on my pedals. works great and doesnt look to bad either
Yeh but when its wet its slick lol. So with wet shoes it would do no justice.
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hey i have the same ones on my computer desk lol or they look just like them.

i was thinking about having my pedals shot with bed liner so it would be rough...
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