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Does anyone know of a street rod vendor located in Kansas or possibly Oklahoma that goes by the name of Hot Rod Garage (or something similar) ? Specifically I am looking for any vendors who make pedals that are drilled w/some sort of non -slip insert added. If I remember correctly, this shop had clutch, brake & gas pedals that had drilled holes for that hot rod look, plus small, round rubber bumps added for slip resistance.

However, if you know of other vendors, pls. let me know. I don't have any pedals right now, or else I would drill them myself.

This is for my 33 Ford.

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Mike.

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Hi Mike: I'm going to move your post to General Rodding Tech. I think you'll get more and better answers there. I'll leave it in the interior section as well. Good luck finding what you're looking for.

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Can't remember anything that was drilled, but there are pedal companies that have pedals with rubber/vinyl ribbed "non-slip" pads that are glued to the pedals. Try Yogi's Hot Rod Shop in IA.
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alitttle1,

Thanks for the comments. I looked @ Yogi's web site & this is not quite what I had in mind. The pedals I'm interested in have round drilled holes & were chrome or stainless.

Thanks again,
Mike.
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Does anyone know of a street rod vendor located in Kansas or possibly Oklahoma that goes by the name of Hot Rod Garage (or something similar) ? Specifically I am looking for any vendors who make pedals that are drilled w/some sort of non -slip insert added. If I remember correctly, this shop had clutch, brake & gas pedals that had drilled holes for that hot rod look, plus small, round rubber bumps added for slip resistance.

However, if you know of other vendors, pls. let me know. I don't have any pedals right now, or else I would drill them myself.

This is for my 33 Ford.

Thanks,
Mike.
I have seen a set of pedals like you decribe. They are sweet and they also make a manual matching shifter. I can't remember the name but I know theres a machine shop in Milford Ohio that makes them. Milford is a small place, so I'm sure there aren't to many machine shops.

Good luck
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