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Old 09-25-2021, 03:26 PM   #1
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Brake pedal adjust

2002 American Eagle, how does one change brake pedal height?
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Do you have truck style pedals or automotive style pedals? Do you want to raise or lower the pedal?
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My pedals on my 15 Discovery are the truck style pedals, and very uncomfortable. I'm 6'2". So I added wood spacers to both. About 1-1.5" thick at the bottom tapering to 0" at the top. Cross hatched and securely attached. Safer too because I can reach the entire pedal and comfortable.
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Do you have truck style pedals or automotive style pedals? Do you want to raise or lower the pedal?
Truck style, wish to lower, or move brake closer to the firewall, so that it is even with the accelerator. Thank you
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Truck style, wish to lower, or move brake closer to the firewall, so that it is even with the accelerator. Thank you
I added a spacer block to the accelerator to accomplish the same thing. I also added a piece of angle alum to the right side of the block to prevent foot from slipping off the right side.

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Brake pedal

Must be some way to do it with the linkage, says adjustable right on the pedal?
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My '04 Tradition had a button somewhere for that, but I've forgotten now. Don't even recall if on the dash or a lever on the steering column. You may have to look for it in the chassis owner manual rather than the coach books.
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