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Brake pedal / accelerator Interference

Old 06-03-2019, 10:37 PM
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Angry Brake pedal / accelerator Interference

I am the proud new owner of a 2004 Mule 3010. I was looking forward to my first ride, and then I had to stop suddenly and fast. That was my problem. My big feed -Size 15 - made me hit BOTH the break and the accelerator at the same time. That was NOT fun. Is the any solution, short of surgically alter my foot/boot size to prevent that from happening again? I was thinking about raising the break peddle by installing a 2 inch thick rubber block (I can not find a pre made brake pedal extension on the net) or maybe try to bend the break arm to the left. Any one else out there that have had the same problem and found a solution I can "borrow"? I

Old 06-09-2019, 11:09 PM
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Location: High Point , North Carolina . USA
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Sorry For your dilemma .
There is Not much That can Be Done .
If you take off The hood , Remove Storage Tray , You Can See How / Where The Master cylinder / brake Pedal Mounts . The Gas Pedal Is Cable Operated Oh , By the Way ,,, That Bolt On the Floor Under the Gas Pedal Is To Set
The cable Length For Wide Open Throttle ( uh, Taking It OUT is Not Going TO Make The Mule GO FASTER Cable Stretch Or Break )
I'm Sorry Boss .
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