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Clutch pedal treads on clutch pedal are stripped out. any body know where i can get a new pedal. deer season is here and my rig is down. please help!!!!!!!!!!

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  • mgarcia_78 Dec 04, 2008

    thanks im gonna check...........

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I bought one for mine at advanced auto parts. check your local parts store.it should be with there accessories.

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