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Old 1st May 2009, 03:27 PM
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Default Complete pedal boxes.

For those of you who have been asking, here is a picture of the complete pedal box, these will be added to the website shortly.

They feature 'oilite' bushes so they are maintanance free for their life, no squeaky clutch pedals with these Priced at 78 each, plus VAT & Delivery, these can be powdercoated in any colour combination you like for an extra 12. ( Yes Mark, pink pedals on a black back panels can be done )

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Old 1st May 2009, 03:36 PM
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so glad you havent drilled loads of holes in your pedals!!! lol
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Old 1st May 2009, 03:51 PM
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Pink and Diamonte studded John.....
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Old 1st May 2009, 04:05 PM
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Pink and Diamonte studded John.....
Is that to add grip to the pedals?

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Old 1st May 2009, 04:12 PM
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Not at all,Just to keep Fabby happy !

Although grippy surface is a requirement.

I sent you an e-mail John,if possible can it be done with twin cylinders too.
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Old 1st May 2009, 04:52 PM
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Looking good John

What's wrong with Pink !!
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John;

Just a comment if I may? Sod it I will anyway!

I made a mistake in assembling the pedal box and welding it all up before I offered up the master cylinder and only then realized i had to enlarge the hole to something like 29 mm.

The fact I had all the pedal brackets welded in place was a major pain when it can to holding the box on my mill and drilling the large hole.

It is only a suggestion that people specify the hole size to suit their master cylinder and for a few extra 's you drill that for them, then weld it all up.

Just a thought.

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I had to do the same, however I hadn't welded up before.
I tacked a bit of angle iron over the hole so I could centre the arbour for the holesaw then filled the original mounting holes with weld.

At the time I thought it was just me so didn't comment.
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Old 1st May 2009, 09:36 PM
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I fabricated up a sort of sky hook on the mill bed with mine, still got it wrong and ended up drilling through a Vee block, I used a large cone cutter.

Sometimes i don't mind posting my build problems if it helps, but sometimes I think to myself DUH that was so stupid keep quiet.

It's all part of the game.

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Adrian, all info gained from you guys that are ahead of me & no doubt others is greatly welcomed, i,m no engineer or mechanic & sometimes the things being discussed go over top of my head but "ping" when the time comes when i confront the said subject i recall the thread/post & get it clear in my head what i need to do, so thanks for posting the items that you come across that cause a bit of head scratching, i assure you its helping me.
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I think you will find a few of mine on from time to time Screw ups that is!

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i,d call them "challenges" , but hey thats what its all about innit?
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Learning curve that forgot to stop and turned into a circle more like.
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