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Lokar BAG-6130 1962-72 Chevy II/Nova Clutch/Manual Brake Pedal Pads
Lokar BAG-6130 1962-72 Chevy II/Nova Clutch/Manual Brake Pedal Pads

Lokar BAG-6130 1962-72 Chevy II/Nova Clutch/Manual Brake Pedal Pads

62-68 Chevy Chevy II, 69-72 Chevy Nova, 2.50" Overall Length, 3.25" Overall Width, Aluminum

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Lokar BAG-6130 1962-72 Chevy II/Nova Clutch/Manual Brake Pedal Pads
Lokar BAG-6130 1962-72 Chevy II/Nova Clutch/Manual Brake Pedal Pads
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MFG. Part #:
BAG-6130
Overall Length:
2.50"
Overall Width:
3.25"
Overall Thickness:
.46"
Material Type:
Aluminum
Finish:
Brushed
Sold in Quantity:
Pair
GTIN Code:
847087002912

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For a compact and clean look, Lokar has put a modern bend on classic brake/clutch pedal pads. These curved brake/clutch pedal pads add style and function to your classic car. Designed with hidden screws, these pads are curved to match and bolt directly to the factory steel brake/clutch pedal. Each brake/clutch pedal pad has been fashioned after its corresponding factory rubber pad.

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