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Old 02-25-2012, 12:58 PM   #1
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clutch pedal extension

i dont know about anybody else but i was always adjusting the drivers seat depending on traffic , back on the highway [dont need to push the clutch often ] and in traffic i needed to move it up to push it open all the way ,
i have found a solution [50.00!!] is a pedal extension from bondra performance it adds about 2in to the top of the clutch pedal so i can move the seat all way back all the time .and now my right leg doesnt get tired from being bent at the knee all the time ! hope this helps others with this issue
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