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JOES 25830 Billet Aluminum Pedal Set
JOES 25830 Billet Aluminum Pedal Set

JOES 25830 Billet Aluminum Pedal Set

Universal Fit, 7.25" Overall Length, Aluminum, Anodized

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JOES 25830 Billet Aluminum Pedal Set
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JOES 25830 Billet Aluminum Pedal Set
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MFG. Part #:
25830
Overall Length:
7.25"
Material Type:
Aluminum
Finish:
Anodized
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Pair

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Joe's Racing billet pedals are universal to fit most chassis mounts. They feature swivel adjustable foot rests and multiple mounting options for brake and throttle positions. Anodized silver finish.

  • Aluminum construction
  • 7.25"overall length
  • Anodized finish
  • Sold as a pair

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