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Old 04-12-2007, 10:54 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Adjustable pedals aftermarket kit???

Anyone know if it is possible to add the adjustable pedals to a 2005 F-250 that didn't come with them? If so, where would one order a kit? Is it easy to install? Should this be done through the dealer (don't even know if they will do it, but plan to call and see). Thanks!
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Re: Adjustable pedals aftermarket kit???

I have done them on earlier trucks and they mount exactly like the old pedals wiring was also there.I would think you could do it on a 2005 . home run auto in south dakota is a good source for the pedals,plus do not forget the switch.
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Re: Adjustable pedals aftermarket kit???

Thanks for the tip - that's great. I found their phone number via a YellowPages search. I called and they don't have any in stock right now. I called a local Ford dealer and they weren't sure if it could be done. I need to call around some more.

Anyone with additional ideas would be appreciated.
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Just discovered that my truck has the wiring for the switch. Any chance that an 07 F-250 without the adjustable pedal option is only missing the switch?
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