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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 08-12-2020
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The plastic cylinder is a replacement for the cylinder that is already there. It comes long and you cut it to fit your application. My friend got the suggested length for the 450 and I cut them all on a table saw. I think I have 6 or 7 left.



He liked the effect. He said he didn't have to push the break pedal as much (hardly any) to get the brakes to engage.


With the adjustable pedal, I couldn't use it because my cylinder has a roller ball on top to accommodate the movement of the pedals.
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I'm a little off topic, but not far.
But does anyone know how the pedals are secured? I'm installing hardwood floor in my M380. I haven't done the driver's area, just up to the edge, but my carpet is still installed.
I would love some insight in to how the pedals are mounted.

Thank you, Doug
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I'm a little off topic, but not far.
But does anyone know how the pedals are secured?
I don't know since I haven't had them disconnected them but Ernie Ekberg would probably be able to tell you since I am know he has re-floored several 450's and I suspect a 380 or two as well.
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I don't know since I haven't had them disconnected them but Ernie Ekberg would probably be able to tell you since I am know he has re-floored several 450's and I suspect a 380 or two as well.
Hi Buck,
Thanks!
Maybe he'll weigh in.
Van, who has floors by Ernie, says they were cut around the pedal mounting base.
I might borrow that strategy. We'll see.

cheers,

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