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Offline Rebel SS

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Don't know if anyone of you have a "slippery clutch pedal" on yer riders/equipment, but I sure do. To make matters worse, clutch pedal is really touchy. Doesn't matter what shoe/boot I wear, it will slip on the rounded rubber pedal now and then. Other day was the last straw. Foot slid as I was driving into garage. *CRASH* Right into the big blower. No damage to units, but my shin had a big gash in it. What pi$$ed me off was all the blood on my pants leg; not my leg itself! It'll heal. Sooo....I took some #8 1/2'' sheet metal screws leftover from studding bottom of my ice fishing boots, and drove 3 of 'em into the thick rubber roller. Viola! No slipping! Worked like a charm.  :happy1:

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looks like that should do ya!!   :happy1:
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Hey look your bobber is up!

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Works great! Just hopin' I could help someone else out...
« Last Edit: October 10/27/21, 03:21:18 PM by Rebel SS »

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Well your just a johnny fix it aintcha!!! :sleazy: :rotflmao: :happy1:
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Don't know if anyone of you have a "slippery clutch pedal" on yer riders/equipment, but I sure do. To make matters worse, clutch pedal is really touchy. Doesn't matter what shoe/boot I wear, it will slip on the rounded rubber pedal now and then. Other day was the last straw. Foot slid as I was driving into garage. *CRASH* Right into the big blower. No damage to units, but my shin had a big gash in it. What pi$$ed me off was all the blood on my pants leg; not my leg itself! It'll heal. Sooo....I took some #8 1/2'' sheet metal screws leftover from studding bottom of my ice fishing boots, and drove 3 of 'em into the thick rubber roller. Viola! No slipping! Worked like a charm.  :happy1:

Nothing a "stud" like you or duct tape can't fix!   :rotflmao:
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Handy Andy

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Don't know if anyone of you have a "slippery clutch pedal" on yer riders/equipment, but I sure do. To make matters worse, clutch pedal is really touchy. Doesn't matter what shoe/boot I wear, it will slip on the rounded rubber pedal now and then. Other day was the last straw. Foot slid as I was driving into garage. *CRASH* Right into the big blower. No damage to units, but my shin had a big gash in it. What pi$$ed me off was all the blood on my pants leg; not my leg itself! It'll heal. Sooo....I took some #8 1/2'' sheet metal screws leftover from studding bottom of my ice fishing boots, and drove 3 of 'em into the thick rubber roller. Viola! No slipping! Worked like a charm.  :happy1:

Nothing a "stud" like you or duct tape can't fix!   :rotflmao:

I'll take that as a nod to my superior mechanical and wimmen skills.  :coffee: :evil:

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Good fix.  Just wondering how long you put up with it before fixing it.   :doah:
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Good fix.  Just wondering how long you put up with it before fixing it.   :doah:

Three years..... :bonk:  :doah: