Throttle Pedal Pads
- Designed To Bolt Into Stock Location
- Change From Rod Style Throttle To Throttle Cable
- Spring Loaded Like OEM Design
- Splined For Right Or Left Adjustment Of Foot Pad
OE Pedals with Modern Linkage
Lokar Throttle Pedal Assembly and Pedal Pads for 1967-1981 GM F-Body models are designed to bolt into the stock location on the firewall, allowing conversion from rod linkage to throttle cable linkage. Pedals are spring-loaded like OE and splined for right or left adjustment of the footpad. Billet aluminum brake, parking brake, clutch, and throttle pedal pads are machined to fit directly over stock steel pads.
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