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Lokar BAG-6163 64-75 Chevelle Curved Billet Aluminum E-Brake Pedal Pad
Lokar BAG-6163 64-75 Chevelle Curved Billet Aluminum E-Brake Pedal Pad

Lokar BAG-6163 64-75 Chevelle Curved Billet Aluminum E-Brake Pedal Pad

64-73 Chevy Chevelle

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Lokar BAG-6163 64-75 Chevelle Curved Billet Aluminum E-Brake Pedal Pad
Lokar BAG-6163 64-75 Chevelle Curved Billet Aluminum E-Brake Pedal Pad
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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 covers add style and function to your classic car. Designed with hidden screws, these brake pedal pads are curved to match and bolt directly to the factory steel brake/clutch pedal. Each brake/clutch pedal cover has been fashioned after its corresponding factory rubber pad and is available in a brushed finish.

  • Direct replacement
  • Billet aluminum
  • Machined to fit over the stock steel pads
  • No drilling is needed
  • Quick and easy installation
  • Rubber inserts
  • Brushed finish

E-Brake Pedal Pad Installation Instructions (PDF)

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