UPR Pedal Cover Billet Set Manual 2005-2014

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UPR Pedal Cover Billet Set Manual 2005-2014

Product Description

UPR Billet Pedal Cover Set for all 2005-2014 Mustangs with a Manual Transmission.

This all new design from UPR not only dresses up your factory pedals but protects the factory rubber from being torn or pulled off. Great bolt-on covers to add that racing touch to your Mustang.

Set includes clutch, brake and accelerator pedal covers.

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Mustang Applications

This product will fit the following Ford Mustang years:

Product Reviews

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Could be manufactured a bit better.
As said in the other reviews the problem with this set is the gas pedal cover. (No problem with the other 2.) The fact that it is too long on the top also isn't the biggest problem. You're able to drill the hole in the 'bar'above the pedal since the hole in the cover does kinda line up with that. For the bottom the bracket is too short. Altho after bending the cover a bit to make it fit better to the shape of the gas pedal (since that's a bit off too) i was able to get the bracket to fit by turning it a bit.
Overall it does look kinda nice, but it surely could do with some improvements manufacturing-wise.
Barry November 23, 2014
Gas Pedal cover does not fit
Brake and Clutch Cover went in OK. The gas pedal cover as another review mentioned, there is a gap of 1/8 inch on the top and bottom. The instruction says to drill the top hole and insert the self tapping screw, but the top of the cover clears the pedal.
January 5, 2013
UPR Pedal Covers
I bought these for my 2013. The brake and clutch covers went on OK, drilling through the pedal back requires sharp bits. The throttle pedal however did not fit well. The pedal seemed too long by at least 1/8 inch. The bracket UPR gives you to catch the back of the pedal didn't even touch the pedal. Easy to make a new bracket out of a door striker. I contacted UPR and they said it was supposed to fit like that. Looks good if you don't mind the gap.
Fountainclimber June 26, 2012
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