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Thread: Need suction cups for Saitek rudder pedals

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    Default Need suction cups for Saitek rudder pedals

    My used set of rudder pedals didn't come with the suction cup mounts. Does anybody have extras (need 4) to sell me plus postage?

    Thanks

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    I just used big strips of Velcro and they haven't moved.

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    Ha Ha. Suction cups. That's 1950's technology. The pedals will still move. Use the velcro. THAT won't move (if you get the right kind of velcro). You could even duct tape pedals to a board and then duct tape the board to the floor. Not permanent and can be re-positioned anytime.
    Chuck B
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