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  1. #31
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    My pedal pads were worn in the same manner. The shifter and everything is great. The pedal, for me, is way better to the left as it is now. I have room for my foot to push the brake and clutch, not just the side of my shoe on the pedals.
    '88 Sport--T-5,HURST shifter,Trick Flow R intake,Ed Curtis cam,Trick Flow heads,Scorpion rockers,75mm Accufab t-body,3G,mini starter,Taurus fan,BBK long tube headers,O/R H-Pipe, Flowamaster Super 44's, deep and deeper Cobra R wheels, Mass Air and 24's,8.8 with 3.73's,140 mph speedo,Mach 1 chin spoiler,SN-95 springs,CHE control arms,aluminum drive shaft and a lot more..

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    Sweet idea bud. Im 6'-6'1 and 250 with 13's i feel the pain too lol. It wasnt so bad in my k1500 cause the pedals were huge, but the comanche i have now holy moley i think the sides of my shoes are going to be worn out fast lol. As for the birds the pedals are just right imo. Then again i dont drive them with boots on either
    87 LX 302, E7's, ARP bolts, Mallory Unilite Distributor, MSD 6A, Edelbrock Performer Intake, Edelbrock 600 Carb, Flowtech Long tubes, 5Speed, 8.8w/4.10's, Granatelli Tube K-Member & LCA's, Coil Overs, KYB 4ways, CHE arms, 3" rear drop springs, BBK C/C Plates, SN-95 5-lug stuff, Fuel Cell, Battery Relocation, Mac Mufflers, Stinger Tails, Sunpro gauges, Custom Lip Spoiler

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    I have to say, I like the 5 speed gas pedal a LOT better than the stock Bird pedal. The Sport seems really happy today.
    '88 Sport--T-5,HURST shifter,Trick Flow R intake,Ed Curtis cam,Trick Flow heads,Scorpion rockers,75mm Accufab t-body,3G,mini starter,Taurus fan,BBK long tube headers,O/R H-Pipe, Flowamaster Super 44's, deep and deeper Cobra R wheels, Mass Air and 24's,8.8 with 3.73's,140 mph speedo,Mach 1 chin spoiler,SN-95 springs,CHE control arms,aluminum drive shaft and a lot more..

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    Quote Originally Posted by TOM Renzo View Post
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    We are corn fed Midwest boys Tom. lol
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    Vinnie, thank you for writing this up. How is this working for you today? Did you move the brake pedal too?
    I have trouble with hitting all the pedals and had a couple times getting caught between the floor and dash (NG). I've read the SN95 pedal setup has more room, but spacing out the pedals may work better for me. Size 13.

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