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Lokar BAG-6166 67-72 Chevy/GMC Curved Billet Alum Auto Brake Pedal Pad
Lokar BAG-6166 67-72 Chevy/GMC Curved Billet Alum Auto Brake Pedal Pad

Lokar BAG-6166 67-72 Chevy/GMC Curved Billet Alum Auto Brake Pedal Pad

67-72 Chevy C10 Pickup, 67-72 GMC C15/C1500 Pickup

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Lokar BAG-6166 67-72 Chevy/GMC Curved Billet Alum Auto Brake Pedal Pad
Lokar BAG-6166 67-72 Chevy/GMC Curved Billet Alum Auto 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 truck. Designed with hidden screws, these 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
  • Curved to match and bolt directly onto factory steel brake/clutch pedal arms
  • Billet aluminum construction
  • Hidden screws
  • Rubber inserts for added traction
  • Brushed finish

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