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Thread: battery box bottom slideout tray
dryenko


1st Gear
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posted January 23, 2008 04:10 AM

battery box bottom slideout tray

Question:
Has anyone identified a source, or replacement for, the slide out tray that goes into the bottom of the battery box?
Also still looking for a good bed mounted fuel emission
"tank", and some new brake and clutch pedal pads.
Bob C

       
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Klaus44


Redlining
Posts: 365
posted January 24, 2008 12:28 PM

Pedal pads..

...are identical to old VW, for which there is an abundant aftermarket...

       
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davesrepu


Revvin Up
Posts: 66
posted January 24, 2008 01:21 PM

Pedal pads

Thanks for that info Klaus, I didn't know they were the same.

       
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mwpayne


Hauling
Posts: 195
posted January 24, 2008 01:33 PM

Klaus, I've 'known' you for years on this forum, and that VW tidbit of info for the pedal pads will be a great help..I've tried matching with all sorts from autozone type places.
What other bits of critical info are you harboring in that 2 rotor brain of yours? Any thoughts of making a 'klaus FAQ' page, with more cool info like this?
C'mon, man..quit holding back until we ASK? Be proactive, will ya? :) As 'Bob Wiley' once said...'I need, I NEED>>>!"

       
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Klaus44


Redlining
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posted January 24, 2008 02:49 PM
Edited By: Klaus44 on 24 Jan 2008 14:50

Thanks for the appreciation!

...but, I *have* made mistakes in the past, as well... so, perhaps I'm not the 'guru' you seek?

A favorite phrase I first heard uttered by an old friend (who was actually also the one to get me interested in rotary cars by exposing me to his rx-4 wagon(!): "Everything works, right up until it doesn't."

Bearing this in mind, I'm sure it's only a matter of time before most of what I 'know' becomes 'knew'... and is proven to no longer be the case.

Materials, spec's, sources and availability all change. Such is the world of things...

IMHO, there are and were much better fountains of REPU knowledge on this Forum than I. Brad and Charles are but two of our more highly knowledgeable and helpful Members... and Ken (nwaco)'s presence is missed, for sure! (And many others...)


       
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mwpayne


Hauling
Posts: 195
posted January 24, 2008 02:59 PM
Edited By: mwpayne on 24 Jan 2008 15:04

Klaus, you are too modest. Someday I plan to climb the mountain of REPU knowledge. Upon reaching the summit, I expect you there, white robes and beard, ready to profess the meaning of it all...and a few part numbers. :)

Oh, btw, any particular year of VW? My neighbor is an old VW nut, he may have just what I need in his garage...

       
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Klaus44


Redlining
Posts: 365
posted January 24, 2008 04:03 PM
Edited By: Klaus44 on 24 Jan 2008 16:04

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I wouldn't have jack for part #'s if it wasn't for the likes of Charles (jfaplanet) and Ken (nwaco).

I remember seeing an EMPI/Bugpack branded (IIRC) set of pedal pads on the wall of an auto parts place a while back... just looked identical. Prolly the same as old bugs...(?)

I could be mistaken.

Meaning? That'll cost ya! ;)

       
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