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Lokar XBAG-6152 Midnight Series Lakester Steel Brake/Clutch Pedal Pad
Lokar XBAG-6152 Midnight Series Lakester Steel Brake/Clutch Pedal Pad

Lokar XBAG-6152 Midnight Series Lakester Steel Brake/Clutch Pedal Pad

Universal Fit, 1/2"-20 Thread Pitch, Steel, Black

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Lokar XBAG-6152 Midnight Series Lakester Steel Brake/Clutch Pedal Pad
Lokar XBAG-6152 Midnight Series Lakester Steel Brake/Clutch Pedal Pad
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MFG. Part #:
XBAG-6152
Thread Pitch:
1/2"-20
Material Type:
Steel
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GTIN Code:
847087011402
Color:
Black

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Lakester hot rod pedal styling is a continuation of the many nostalgic products we offer at Lokar. The pedals have the same quality you have come to expect from its sister steel spoon throttle pedal and round brake/clutch pad. The removable lower arm is splined for versatility in mounting to the right or left of the mounting bracket.

  • Lakester pedals feature curved pads and arms.
  • This unique pedal design will give your favorite vehicle an all new look.
  • The throttle pedal is designed using Delrin bushings for smooth operation when throttling up or down during daily use.
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