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    Question Anyone else have this problem?

    i wear a size 13 shoe and i find that the trans am pedals are to close together is there anyway to adjust the pedals or no? cuz the gas pedal is already small as it is and my foot barely fits down there wondering if i could adjust them and am i the only one with this problem?
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    15's here and no problems, and I'm an M6

    Maybe it's just something ya gotta get used to

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    idk must be or,maybe its my floor mats there real thick and have to be way under the pedals there just wierd compared to other ppls ive seen

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    get the floor mats outta there. i hate floormats by the pedals.. u can never truly go WOT

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    idk about the mats but my right foot is always angled to the right so that I just pivot my ankle for brake and throttle (just how I learned) and because of that it's gonna be a little shorter.

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    buy some adidas or puma racing shoes..they are super easy to drive in, the kind with the goodyear tread and stuff..i have big feet too and they are a slim shoe but can be worn all the time, only like 50-70 bucks at finish line..that should help ALOT til u get used to it..

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    iight ill check em out

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    how close are the pedals in the autos?

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    I wear a 12 and if I wear hiking boots with wider tread on them it's a tight fit, but no problems with running shoes.

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    yeah I either wear tennis shoes or topsider slippers when i'm lazy and i've never had this issue so now i'm curious to see what it actually looks like

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    12 here and i always get my foot hung up or i gas it while i am braking

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    I am a 12 and wear boots all the time. I dont have a problem driving my T/A.

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    I never have a problem, but for some reason I find it better drive bare foot over flip flops

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    14 here, m6 car. used to have an issue when i first got the car, somehow i just got used to it i guess? But now i can drive in any type of shoe, running shoes, shit-kicker boots or sandles.. doesn't really matter. I drive in bare feet sometimes

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    size 15 with auto, no problem, I have even driven the car with my metatarsal steal toe boots on with no problem

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    I'm a 12/13 (depending on the shoe). I think the problem is more floormat and footware related. New cars have the floormats with the metal ring and clasp that prevent them from getting up under the petal, but Fbody's don't. I prefer wearing Skechers when I drive.
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