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      06-14-2008, 07:40 PM   #1
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$100 Shipped Feel free to make a reasonable offer. I will keep you in mind if they never sell at this price. They retail for $150. Remember, my price includes shipping

I am selling a set of brand new pedals for an e90/92/93. They are the ones from BMW with brushed/satin stainless trim around the accelerator, clutch and brake.
The accelerator is actually an entire new unit . This means there is no drilling into your pedals! The brake an clutch are simply high-quality replacement pads.
This is a classy set up. Get the M footrest (only like 30 bux from ur dealer) and you have a way better set than the other aluminum pedals they sell.

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if you are interested, send me an IM and we can get them to you in a couple of days. Paypal only!

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wait so no drilling at all? hard to install?
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pretty easy actually. The brake and clutch fit onto the pedals after you remove the existing rubber pads. The accelerator is a brand new throttle control unit with a wiring plug, base and all. That part is slightly more difficult, but not as error prone as drilling. You really cant screw it up.
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