don't they HAVE to have rubber on to pass MOT? plus i'm fairly sure that metal is more slippery than worn rubberGet some of those pedal covers off ebay the standard ones do tend to wear over time.
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i've always used the ball of my feet, is that not usual?I found the same problem when I first got my 156, I would assume it has the same pedal rubbers. Once came very close to running into the back of another car after slipping off the clutch. I now tend to use a different technique of using the front of my foot rather than the middle. Seems to solve the issue but can take a bit of getting used to
So I can't just unscrew them and screw them into place??The rubbers are easy, but those aren't cheap, you can get them from the dealer for cheaper. If you want the gta ones, Autolusso usually have them on their eBay shop. The clutch and brake pedals will need to be drilled
No, it's just the pedal covers, you remove the rubbers and are left with the metal, the brake and clutch pedal covers bolt through the existing pedals, and the accelerator pedal cover clamps over the accelerator pedal.So I can't just unscrew them and screw them into place??