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I've tried to find a set of Ti style alloy pedal pads and foot rests for my manual 946 Spider. Anyone seen these for sale? I
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Looks like the part numbers for the 159 are 50903134 (pedals) and 50903135 (foot rest).
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Here's your footrest, cant hep with the pedals I'm afraid.

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I've got them.....although I cant remember where I actually got them from though. Still ain't got round to fitting them either lol
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Very pretty....not sure that they are £75 worth of pretty though!
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Very pretty....not sure that they are £75 worth of pretty though!
Perhaps Alfahemi could provide the answer to that comment.
The seller's feedback on those is good!
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Very pretty....not sure that they are £75 worth of pretty though!
Agreed it is a significant amount for an upgrade that nobody but the driver sees. To be fair the alloy pedals on my wife's Ti were an option the original owner had spec'd from Alfa when new and I'm sure I remember seeing a figure in excess of £180 on the bill of sale
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Laser cut, about 3mm polished aluminium, and 2mm rubber underneath. I'm pretty sure that they will scratch up though. Not sure where I got them from, all I know is they were sent from Poland. I think it was probably an 'e'shop store, I seem to remember that they had several styles as well as other interior/exterior stuff. Probably not worth the price, but hey-ho, I'd only have spent my money on summat else.
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Laser cut, about 3mm polished aluminium, and 2mm rubber underneath. I'm pretty sure that they will scratch up though. Not sure where I got them from, all I know is they were sent from Poland. I think it was probably an 'e'shop store, I seem to remember that they had several styles as well as other interior/exterior stuff. Probably not worth the price, but hey-ho, I'd only have spent my money on summat else.
Well, I ordered some so we'll see how they go!

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