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  1. #16
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    Soak it in some hot water to soften it up, then use a paint can opener or small screw driver and you can get it on. Yeah they are a #[email protected]?!

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    I started with the upper left corner seating it solidly then worked clockwise stretching it over the bottom left once i got 3 corners on i used a dull tipped flat screwdriver to slip the last corner on.... a lot of videos say to heat it in hot water or use a hair dryer to make it more maliable but I managed to get it after about 15 minutes of frustration without heating it at all but my hands were a little sore lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slidd View Post
    Soak it in some hot water to soften it up, then use a paint can opener or small screw driver and you can get it on. Yeah they are a #[email protected]?!

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    I will have to try this. People said near boiling or even boiling. Some also said to cut slips in the top but idk how safe that would be.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mfknjadagr8 View Post
    I started with the upper left corner seating it solidly then worked clockwise stretching it over the bottom left once i got 3 corners on i used a dull tipped flat screwdriver to slip the last corner on.... a lot of videos say to heat it in hot water or use a hair dryer to make it more maliable but I managed to get it after about 15 minutes of frustration without heating it at all but my hands were a little sore lol.

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    Thats the method I tried lol. I gave up for my fingers' sake. lol

    But it is good to know it can be done. Ugh!

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    Do not cut slits if you do it won't fit tight and the last thing you need is a cover that moves around on a brake pedal when you need it most....I got frustrated and watched a few videos about 10 minutes in but their methods didn't work for me. I didn't heat it up because it wasn't an option where I was but it would make it stretch easier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mfknjadagr8 View Post
    Do not cut slits if you do it won't fit tight and the last thing you need is a cover that moves around on a brake pedal when you need it most....I got frustrated and watched a few videos about 10 minutes in but their methods didn't work for me. I didn't heat it up because it wasn't an option where I was but it would make it stretch easier.

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    Thanks. I'll refrain from doing that then lol

    I may just leave the rubber one on at this point

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    I ended up soaking mine in just hot tap water for maybe five minutes, then dried it off and the pedal slid on easily.
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