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Aluminum pedals
#1
Found these on ebay don't know if they will fit my 2014. But they have 2 sets for sale.


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#2
They will fit your 14 plate.
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#3
Thought they would. Might see what i can get them for.

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#4
They're the fleet ones. They must of literally took them off every car they have. I've noticed them on there for months from that seller


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They will remove them from hire cars etc due to slip risk
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Really. Oh right. They should be practically brand new.


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(22:nd-Jun-2015, 21:33:25)tucpal Wrote: You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view.They will remove them from hire cars etc due to slip risk

What slip risk I find the rubber ones worse with wet shoes the alloy ones just grip the shoe.
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(23:rd-Jun-2015, 06:46:27)Rusty2009 Wrote: You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view.
(22:nd-Jun-2015, 21:33:25)tucpal Wrote: You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view.They will remove them from hire cars etc due to slip risk

What slip risk I find the rubber ones worse with wet shoes the alloy ones just grip the shoe.
You took the words right out of my mouth. I would have thought if the slip risk was that bad vauxhall wouldn't put them on?.

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#9
More like they've realised they are worth a fair wack for something that pulls off and won't be noticed if replaced with cheap rubber covers so it's a quick way of making a bit of extra cash... on the flip side I wonder how many hire cars go out and come back without them!

I have a friend who worked for Europcar for a while, he said cars used to come back with spare wheels, jacks etc missing constantly!
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#10
There were complaints about people slipping off the clutch etc on the Astra h a long time ago they were taken of the h in the last year of production for this reason lol
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Ahhh, the hire care. A treasure trove of spare parts for the skanky few!

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#12
Put mine on today. Much better. Bought off eBay.
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