Lokar BAG-6153 Lakester Steel Automatic Brake Pedal Pad, Chromed
Universal Fit, 1/2"-20 Thread Pitch, Steel, Chrome
Lakester hot rod pedal styling is a continuation of the many nostalgic products we offer at Lokar. The brake pedal covers have the same quality you have come to expect from its sister steel spoon throttle pedal and round brake/clutch pad. Lakester pedals feature curved pads and arms.
These new nostalgic style pedal covers are available in a chromed finish. This unique pedal design will give your favorite vehicle an all new look.
- Hot rod styling
- Quality steel construction
- No drilling is needed
- Quick and easy installation
- Chromed finish
- 5" x 2-3/4"
Specs5" x 2-3/4"
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