Clutch pedal rubber already worn. Warranty or something else?

MAGAHAWK

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I noticed the rubber on my clutch pedal is already wearing through. Under 1K miles and about 45 hours.

Is the rubber covered under warranty and/or will something that's thicker and better quality fit?

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that's why a lot of off road vehicles use metal instead of rubber. For $2 why complain about it being a warranty issue?
 

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that's why a lot of off road vehicles use metal instead of rubber. For $2 why complain about it being a warranty issue?
I didn't know they were $2.00 when I started this thread.

Still, I have had my vehicle less than three months and have not done a whole lot of wheeling with it. Rubber pads should last longer than weeks....

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OK, I'm back for the weekend to where the Roxor resides and see that my clutch pedal looks as good as new. No wear on mine. This is Roxor #1440 with 2000 miles on it. Maybe there was a change in the rubber material after mine was built (August 2018) or are there ones older than mine that have a worn pedal? Nevertheless, what is the best way to reduce the thickness of a piece of wood? You can use sandpaper or a file and rub it repeatedly. Likewise, how would you wear down a clutch pedal cover? You rub it with the bottom of your shoe repeatedly. And maybe some shoes are grittier than others, like sandpaper.
 
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OK, I'm back for the weekend to where the Roxor resides and see that my clutch pedal looks as good as new. No wear on mine. This is Roxor #1440 with 2000 miles on it. Maybe there was a change in the rubber material after mine was built (August 2018) or are there ones older than mine that have a worn pedal? Nevertheless, what is the best way to reduce the thickness of a piece of wood? You can use sandpaper or a file and rub it repeatedly. Likewise, how would you wear down a clutch pedal cover? You rub it with the bottom of your shoe repeatedly. And maybe some shoes are grittier than others, like sandpaper.
I'm sure mine is worn cause I'm in trails daily in low range and shifting constantly with 5000 miles vs guys that put 2000 on the unit on the road and hardly have to shift. I'm not worried about it, most of our old farm trucks never had covers and if I need something I'll try anti-slip tape or 'redenck' up something. This clutch is nothing, some of the old farm trucks needed 2 feet and if you slipped, it left a good mark on your shin at 10 years old. lol
 

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I remember reading somewhere on this forum that someone got a pair of Mazda (I think) pedals for about $10 on Amazon that work perfect. I was going to order a pair, but mine are still in good shape for some reason. My 4x4 shifter boot is another story...that thing has rotted and cracked pretty badly. I looked for a replacement, but couldn't find one anywhere...might have to roll the dice with an aftermarket one, and hope it fits.
 

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I remember reading somewhere on this forum that someone got a pair of Mazda (I think) pedals for about $10 on Amazon that work perfect. I was going to order a pair, but mine are still in good shape for some reason. My 4x4 shifter boot is another story...that thing has rotted and cracked pretty badly. I looked for a replacement, but couldn't find one anywhere...might have to roll the dice with an aftermarket one, and hope it fits.
I got the Mazda replacements. They wore through equally quickly. In my opinion, they are not worth trying. I plan to get metal replacements when the Mazdas wear the rest of the way through.
 

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Mine also wore out in about 6 months, and I drive like a Hillbilly. (Mostly barefoot) Hey, it's hot here!😆😆 Anyway I had better luck with the Mazda pedals. Put them on a year and a half ago and they're still in great shape.

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I only use my clutch to get going. I float it through the rest
 

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Sounds like a hit or miss with there supply? Mine has been daily driven since new with no sign of wear.
 
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