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    View Poll Results: Grey or Black?

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    • Grey

      42 54.55%
    • Black

      35 45.45%
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    1. #21
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      Very nice!!

      Right off I'd say grey, as has been noted that would create a nice contrast from the pads and typical black carpet. On the other hand offering black is good to fit the cars that don't have any other grey to tie in with them. Overall my guess is you'll probably sell more black sets.
      -Ben, Your friendly neighborhood Rendering dude

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      79 Cutlass wagon build


    2. #22
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      go some for us mopar guys too, we are always left behind, too many damn chebbies haha
      Mopar or no Car
      Your either with us or Behind us

    3. #23
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      what is the cost and compatiblity with second gen firebird.

    4. #24
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      Clayton Machine Works - New Pedal Covers and Throttle Assemblies + POLL

      What is the story on these? I only see the complete pedal assemblies on your website. Are you still planning to sell an option with just pedal covers and throttle assemblies?

    5. #25
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      Quote Originally Posted by Y-TRY View Post
      What is the story on these? I only see the complete pedal assemblies on your website. Are you still planning to sell an option with just pedal covers and throttle assemblies?
      We are currently updating our website, but you can find the at Ringbrothers. Here's a link to the Chevelle set-up, but we also have them for Camaros as well.

      http://ringbrothers.com/1964-1967-ch...al-covers.html
      Clay Johnson
      '65 Olds Jetstar 88
      '07 Suburban LTZ- Lowered 4" (Bell Tech) - 22" I-Forged Imolas - Bear Brakes
      '32 Ford Roadster (in progress)

    6. #26
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      Clay, I just wanted to tell you your products just flat out rock. A couple years back I bought some for a very special project and even though it took some mod's to get them exactly where I wanted them I was very impressed with the quality.


      Quote Originally Posted by LeighP View Post
      Finally got my Clayton Machine pedals into the car.....seems the brake pedal sits slightly lower than the factory pedal, but looking at them, I assume that was done to set both pedals on the same level.

      They sure look nice.


      PS - for anyone running these pedals with a replacement booster that uses a clevis/adjustable rod...you'll have to make an L bracket to adapt to the rod...the clevis isn't going to work. Pedal is set up for the original non-adjustable style push rod.
      Here's what I ended having to do to make work for my situation. Because elevation played into it and making it work without having to re-make the entire dash bracket I just grafted the two together.

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      Quote Originally Posted by benno505 View Post
      go some for us mopar guys too, we are always left behind, too many damn chebbies haha
      And just for you this is in a 2010 Challenger :P. One of these days when everything is back together I'll show the finished product.

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      I also used the supplied mount for the throttle pedal, but made a throttle stop. After I got it done and even though it's fairly stout, I'm going to remake the entire assembly out of one piece.

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    7. #27
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      any news on your ls valve covers availability
      1968 Camaro - LS1/T56,martz chassis,19x10/18x8 Budniks,245/45/18,295/35/19 {Sold}

      71 Firebird - Speedtech Extreme Subframe/Torque Arm, LS3/4L80E, Budniks 19x12/18x10, 325/35/19, 295/35/18

    8. #28
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      Clevis cable end

      Where do u get that clevis end for mounting cable to pedal?
      Having hard time finding it, not knowing the correct name or part#.

    9. #29
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      Quote Originally Posted by Cronies74 View Post
      Where do u get that clevis end for mounting cable to pedal?
      Having hard time finding it, not knowing the correct name or part#.
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