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Lokar BFG-6013 Billet Aluminum XL Series Brake Pedal Pad w/Rubber
Lokar BFG-6013 Billet Aluminum XL Series Brake Pedal Pad w/Rubber

Lokar BFG-6013 Billet Aluminum XL Series Brake Pedal Pad w/Rubber

Universal Fit, 3.63" Overall Width, 2.63" Overall Height, .40" Overall Thickness, Aluminum

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Lokar BFG-6013 Billet Aluminum XL Series Brake Pedal Pad w/Rubber
Lokar BFG-6013 Billet Aluminum XL Series Brake Pedal Pad w/Rubber
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MFG. Part #:
BFG-6013
Overall Width:
3.63"
Overall Height:
2.63"
Overall Thickness:
.40"
Thread Pitch:
1/2"-20
Material Type:
Aluminum
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GTIN Code:
815470004997

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Lokar's billet aluminum brake pedal cover is EXTRA LARGE for those seeking more substance under foot.  These brake pedal pads mount with a 1/2 - 20 stud built into the back of the pad.
  • XL Series Pad Size, measures 3-3/4" wide x 2-3/4" tall
  • Rubber Insert Design Pad
  • Brushed Aluminum Finish

Brake and Clutch Pedal Pad Installation Instructions (PDF)

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