Brake & Clutch Pedal Pads
The 1967-72 GM C10 is a favorite platform many truck enthusiast. Its a body style that can adapt to just about anybody's favorite style or era of hot rodding and custom culture. Lokar recognize the popularity of these trucks and has offered up some custom goodies to finish off your custom trucks interior. Starting with the Billet Aluminum Throttle Pedal Assembly, this directly replaces the old utilitarian looking pedal and rod. The Lokar assembly mounts into the factory location so if you have already painted and finished your truck, no worries. You will not have to drill, cut or modify anything! Just bolt in, hook it up and stomp on it. The Billet Aluminum Brake and Clutch Pedal Assemblies and Pads are even easier to install. The Lokar Billet replacements even match the curved contour of the stock rubber pads. Just peel the factory rubber pads off and bolt the Lokar pads directly onto the factory steel brake/clutch pedal arms...and done! The custom touch that the Lokar pedals and pads offer are a night and day difference in custom cool.
Throttle Pedal Assemblies Feature:
Curved Pedal Pads Feature:
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