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Where can i get pedal mounts?

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    xunderdog13x New Member

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    swapping my stock civic engine for a b16 or a b18 but its currently an auto trans. i figure it would be cool to switch to std when i swap it. but i dont know where i can find the assembly for the pedals, since im going to need an extra one. Anyone know about this?
     
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    efhondakid My name is Byron. VIP

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    Its a pain to swap from auto to manual. But you can find them at local yards pretty easy. And what year are you planning on doing the swap on?
     
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    its a 2000 civic. and yea i figured local yards but i figured it would be easier to just order some unless they were real pricey. but i cant find em on any of those original parts sites <_<
     
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    I hate to tell you this. But I have a 2000 Civic as well, and when I bought my new manual brake pedal for my conversion from the Honda dealership, they told me it was the LAST one they could get. This was only about 1 month ago. And online it looks like it's out of stock everywhere. Part number 46500-S04-A10. Shouldn't be more than $45. I do have the one I've been using for the longest time. It's the automatic one that my mechanic cut apart and welded a manual pad onto. looks like weld... but it's deff solid, and it's the correct angles/bend. If you want it, LMK.

    lol that would be funny if I bought the last new one available... :ph34r:

    g'luck.
     
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    thanks man. that number helped me find that part online so apparently it wasnt the very last one haha but what about the same thing for the new clutch pedal?
     
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    i was just on that site lol but it seems theres no assembly for the clutch pedal? or im just stupid
     
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    there's various pieces to it. there's the bracket, the pedal, and the clutch master cylinder.
     
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    yea its lookin like i'd have to spend quite a bit at this point so i'll probably see what i can scrap from a yard first lol
     
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