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M450 (Unique Issues) If you have a unique issue with your M450 model coach and it can't be answered in one of the other forums here, then this is where you can list it.....list your M450 Parts here too. NO DISCUSSION OF ANY OF THE M450 LAWSUITS ALLOWED HERE.

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Old 08-05-2020
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Darlene never complains. We put a little footstool in front of the passenger chair for her to rest her feet on while traveling. Sometimes she just goes ahead and extends the chair to utilize the built in foot rest. Biggest problem she has is putting up with Merle our dachshund. He likes to burrow under her rump in the seat and all I see is his rear end under her rear end.
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"Biggest problem she has is putting up with Merle our dachshund. He likes to burrow under her rump in the seat and all I see is his rear end under her rear end."


We can't let Hannah do that.
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My M380 has a Pedal Extension Attached to the brake pedal, it’s screwed on and covered in carpet material, I don’t know if it Plastic or not...
It’s a very comfortable position...
From the pic it looks like that also prevents fat feet from hitting the throttle pedal while braking as well
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Now I have read in a somewhere that the brake and throttle pedals are adjustable but cannot find a switch.

Not all of them are but it was an apparent option. I know because my bus has the feature. It is very handy if there are multiple drivers with different statures.


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I would like to see one of those plastic things.
Wonder what they are called?

I have some cut to fit. A friend bought the minimum number (10) so he could do his 450. I have the one I cut for me (which I couldn't use) and 6 or seven more. It cuts some of the delay off of engaging the brakes meaning you don't have to push so far to engage. It is the little white cylinder. it is sitting where it would go on mine if I didn't have a roller ball that is required because the peddle moves back and forth.
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when you get to wog we are going to take that stuff apart so we can see how its built.
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Not all of them are but it was an apparent option. I know because my bus has the feature. It is very handy if there are multiple drivers with different statures.


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It would be very handy for me, and we don't have multiple drivers. I can't let Patty drive.
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I have some cut to fit. A friend bought the minimum number (10) so he could do his 450. I have the one I cut for me (which I couldn't use) and 6 or seven more. It cuts some of the delay off of engaging the brakes meaning you don't have to push so far to engage. It is the little white cylinder. it is sitting where it would go on mine if I didn't have a roller ball that is required because the peddle moves back and forth.

Where did this picture come from? More info please.
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when you get to wog we are going to take that stuff apart so we can see how its built.
I will look to see who made it next time I'm in the Bus. I didn't realize they were so rare.

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Where did this picture come from? More info please.
The photos are from my bus, M450 #454.
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The photos are from my bus, M450 #454.

Buck, guess I should have asked, how does that plastic cylinder work? Some how change the pivot?


If you are going to be at Pine Mtn, I can check that out there.
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