[Healeys] Pedals

Patrick & Caroline Quinn p_cquinn at tpg.com.au
Mon Oct 19 14:26:53 MDT 2020



In the BN3, while the pedals are positioned normally for a RHD 100 the footwell is just over two inches narrower than standard as the engine/footwell bulkhead has been moved to the right. Plus there is a two-inch timber extension on all three pedals. Accordingly the pedal rubbers are modified to suit and then glued using contact cement and I wear very narrow shoes while driving.


Hoo Roo


Patrick Quinn

Blue Mountains, Australia


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Sent: Tuesday, 20 October 2020 5:12 AM
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Fred, I attach the rubber pads with 3M contact cement.  I can’t say that they have only been glued in place once, but the contact cement does the job for a good long time if the surfaces are cleaned well.

If one wanted to dispose of the rubber pads and paint on a rubber replacement, maybe the “Flex Seal” paste advertised on TV would work.  Don’t know if the paste comes in a color other than white, but the spray-on stuff can be black.  


Steve Byers


BJ8 Registry

AHCA Delegate at Large

Havelock, NC  USA


From: Healeys [mailto:healeys-bounces at autox.team.net] On Behalf Of Fred Wescoe via Healeys
Sent: Monday, October 19, 2020 11:21 AM
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The rubber pads constantly fall off my pedals and then the pedals become slippery.   Does anyone make a non slip metal pedal replacement?  Something that is very grippy and does not require a rubber covering.




Fred Wescoe


66 BJ8



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