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This is a discussion on DIY gas pedal mod within the X2/X4 How To forums, part of the Yamaha Wolverine X2 & X4 847cc SxS category; I did this last night. I used stainless bolts with locking nuts. 1/8 inch. Have not driven it yet as I am working on a ...

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    I did this last night. I used stainless bolts with locking nuts. 1/8 inch. Have not driven it yet as I am working on a different storage mod right now. But it should work great. Great idea Concerning the 1/8 or 1/4 I think either will work. I bought a 12x12 sheet and figured if I didn't like the 1/8 I could bond another one to it.

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    I have some white stuff in my garage from a building center I used for something else. Scrap now and go to for other things even a straight edge.

    Go 1/4", its light while 1/8" is very thin and you're going to put your BIG foot on it. Oh right, Lightfoot I don't think so. IMO

    I never had the need for implementing that. My foot must be Mutant vintage.
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    looks like both of the products in the Amazon links are out of stock. I assume you guys loaded up and put dozens of them on the shelf next to your 6 cases of toilet paper!
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    Udpate: I have about 1,000 mies on mine, the 1/8" thick UHMW, and it works great. I can slam my foot to the floor and it responds just like you would hope and expect it to do. Either the 1/8 or 1/4 inch seems to be just fine with no real advantage one way or the other. Cheers
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    Ive been driving mine hard lately and it works perfectly. I don't even think about it. Great cheap mod.
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    If you need something, McMaster Carr has it.

    https://www.mcmaster.com/uhmw-polyethylene

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