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post #1 of 31 (permalink) Old 01-20-2013, 12:55 AM Thread Starter
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Can anyone know if the WRX aluminium pedal set be able to fit on a 02 Outback 5MT? I saw a tread on Subhuman's writeup a few years back where he put the WRX pedals on his 04 LGT and they look great!!

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Any input will be helpful. I like the aluminium look of them.
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If they fit a Legacy of the same generation, it's pretty safe to say they would fit yours considering the interiors are identical.
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Well, I have a set ordered last night via Subaruparts.com
$55.37 plus shipping. Can't wait to get them as my original rubber pedals are kind of worn out on one side.

Will post pics of the new do once I get them in.

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Got my pedals in today from the dealer. Can't wait to put them in this weekend. Here's a picture of how they look like all wrap in blue plastic sticky wrap. They are actually made in Japan....


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Can't wait for the pics....

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Here they are....




I am thinking of Subtle's dead pedal plate next

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Looks Great! How are they attached to the pedals? Do you know if there are WRX pedals like this for an AT? My gas pedal is the same, but the brake pedal on the AT is alot wider.

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Looks Great! How are they attached to the pedals? Do you know if there are WRX pedals like this for an AT? My gas pedal is the same, but the brake pedal on the AT is alot wider.
They are very simple. I just peel out the old rubber ones on the brake and clutch pedals (mine are bald on one side of the rubber from years of pressing against them) and slide the new ones on. The gas pedal, you would need to take the bolts out at the back (two bolts) and unloosen the back plate. You then unhook the spring and push the pin out of the plastic pedal. I use a small hammer and a piece of wood to knock the pin out. Once you get the pin off, just put the spring back on with the new pedal and push the pin back in. That's it....

Not sure about the auto version but I assume it is base on the same principle.

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Ok Thanks! I found that part# 36023KE000 is for the AT brake pedal and part# 36024FA001 is the acceleration pedal and is the same as in the MT.

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