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Old 08-05-2020, 12:27 PM   #15
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I agree, the hung pedals vs a "semi" or Freightliner chassis style pedals has taken some getting used to and I'm still not sure I like them. The accel pedal is way over to the right and the brake is on the same plane and right beside it. I often catch the edge of the brake when trying to get to the accel.

I've considered modifying the brake pedal to be a bit smaller, reducing the RH side profile and possibly modifying the accel pedal arm to move it to the left a bit.

I think the main problem is it's just too far right and not the forward/back placement. One benefit, with one leg way over to the left, the AC duct on the dash gives a nice "breeze"
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Old 08-07-2020, 10:15 AM   #16
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I'm 5'9" so not short but I was not comfortable with my pedals either. I bought this set about ten years ago for twice the price but they have held up well.

My pedals are adjustable as a whole set but they were just not right for me. I have owned plenty of RV's so this was not me trying to get used to the thing.
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