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I recently bought the two pedal Pads which have the two codes

Clutch is 1366821
Brake is 1366818

Now looking at both pads they look the same. What concerns me is the I was looking at the Brake pedal pad which is still on the car, it seems to have more rubber at the back and on the right side compared to the one that is replacing it.

In fact I was wondering have I been supplied with two clutch pedal pads instead of one each.

The bags they came in have the different finis codes but the pads look the same. But the brake pad does look different compared with the old one.
 

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QUOTE(jimmurf @ 17 Dec 2009, 03:58 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Hi
I recently bought the two pedal Pads which have the two codes

Clutch is 1366821
Brake is 1366818

Now looking at both pads they look the same. What concerns me is the I was looking at the Brake pedal pad which is still on the car, it seems to have more rubber at the back and on the right side compared to the one that is replacing it.

In fact I was wondering have I been supplied with two clutch pedal pads instead of one each.

The bags they came in have the different finis codes but the pads look the same. But the brake pad does look different compared with the old one.

How much are these parts and are they hard to replace?

Stewart
 

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I replaced mine recently, it makes such a difference!

They are exactly the same, it doesnt matter which one you fit for where.
I also noticed the extra rubber flap on the original brake pedal which the new one didnt have.
Mine have been on for around 3months without any problems.

Stewart - they are very easy to fit, you simply remove the old ones (pulling from the rubber edges from the actual pedal), hook the new ones on from the top and then using some plyers (with a bit of card to protect the front of the pedal) to bend the metal flap back around.

Hope that helps
 

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QUOTE(chris424 @ 18 Dec 2009, 08:26 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>I replaced mine recently, it makes such a difference!

They are exactly the same, it doesnt matter which one you fit for where.
I also noticed the extra rubber flap on the original brake pedal which the new one didnt have.
Mine have been on for around 3months without any problems.

Stewart - they are very easy to fit, you simply remove the old ones (pulling from the rubber edges from the actual pedal), hook the new ones on from the top and then using some plyers (with a bit of card to protect the front of the pedal) to bend the metal flap back around.

Hope that helps

Chris thank you for your Help, just needed it to be confirmed.

I will be fitting mind in a couple of days.
Thanks again
 

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QUOTE(jimmurf @ 21 Dec 2009, 06:12 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Chris thank you for your Help, just needed it to be confirmed.

I will be fitting mind in a couple of days.
Thanks again
Chris completed this little job over Christmas. Everything worked out fine. Ur top tip wit Cardboard was a great Idea.

And you were spot on with the brake pedal that it dont make a difference in relation to the old one.

Big thank you.
 
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