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Does anybody know where I can buy the matching footrest cover?

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I purchased the Speedlogix, IMO cheap Chinese junk at a premium price and don't use the double stick tape it comes with, get some Gorilla double stick tape.
 

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My Speedlogix one fell off after a few days. Like @Tape said, cheap tape! I ended driving 2 self tapping screws thru it to hold it on. After a few months the little black rubber bits started falling out. I'll never buy another one.

My Parking Brake cover fell off too, same problem, cheap tape.
 

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I also bought from Speedlogix, use Gorilla glue on both E brake and dead pedal
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Thanks all. I ordered the Speedlogic but will for as you all suggested. Thanks again.
 

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I also bought from Speedlogix, use Gorilla glue on both E brake and dead pedal
I used gorilla double stick on the dead pedal but it didn't work on the E brake so I used epoxy and clamped it overnight and it's solid as a rock.
 

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Ditto on the Mercedes pedal.
I still have to get an EBrake Cover how hard is that one to put on?
The E brake Will pull right off, Mercedes pedal needs to be slit to fit correctly and it's not very difficult to install it but as I said " I used epoxy and clamped it overnight and it's solid as a rock"
Once you line up the Mercedes pedal and lay it against your E brake you will see what I'm talking about.

It's not plug and play.
 

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The E brake Will pull right off, Mercedes pedal needs to be slit to fit correctly and it's not very difficult to install it but as I said " I used epoxy and clamped it overnight and it's solid as a rock"
Once you line up the Mercedes pedal and lay it against your E brake you will see what I'm talking about.

It's not plug and play.
On my 2020 manual transmission parking brake pedal the Mercedes pad was a direct fit. I did have to trim the same pad slightly on my 09 manual ttransmission. Pedals have changed somewhat through the years and automatic transmission cars have different parking brake pedals.
 

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The E brake Will pull right off, Mercedes pedal needs to be slit to fit correctly and it's not very difficult to install it but as I said " I used epoxy and clamped it overnight and it's solid as a rock"
Once you line up the Mercedes pedal and lay it against your E brake you will see what I'm talking about.

It's not plug and play.
I installed the e brake cover as well but I did not want to glue. So I made a plate and drilled and tapped into the factory e brake pedal/bracket. Works like a charm.
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Does anybody know where I can buy the matching footrest cover?

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The trick to make the 3M tape stick is to make sure to use 3M D94 adhesive promoter. Make sure you have it where you want it!
I bought a dead pedal from Speedlogix for pretty cheap because it did not have the tape on it. I learned a long time ago with 3M tape for automotive use, it's useless without the promoter. I put rings on my Alcoa's and came out the next day and they were laying on the ground. Used the D94 and they never came off. I bought a larger can years ago because I use it a lot in my detail business. Here's a link:

Cheers!
 
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