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 Posted: Jan 11, 2023 06:44AM
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I have LHD throttle pedals available. 

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The clutch pedal is the same on LHD as it is on RHD. The brake pedals are different though. LHD is straight and RHD is bent near the bottom. The throttle pedal for LHD and RHD are different as well. The LHD pedal is straight whereas the RHD pedal is bent near the bottom. What many folks don't realize, is how those pedal geometries affect your seating position. A RHD car sits the driver squarely in relationship to the steering wheel. On LHD Minis, you actually have the steering wheel sitting slightly on an angle. If you primarily drive LHD you don't realize it. If you primarily drive a RHD Mini then drive a LHD car you realize it right away.

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 Posted: Jan 7, 2023 03:42PM
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Ive had cars that had the High beam switch on the floor like that. Not sure if that's what it is?

 Posted: Jan 6, 2023 07:35PM
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I wonder if those of younger generations would know what, in the 4th photo, the black device to the left of the clutch pedal does.
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 Posted: Jan 6, 2023 10:00AM
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Martin:

The variations in bends and brackets is interesting.

I wonder if those of younger generations would know what, in the 4th photo, the black device to the left of the clutch pedal does.
(I know... don't give it away!)

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 Posted: Jan 6, 2023 09:41AM
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 Posted: Jan 6, 2023 07:04AM
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Originally Posted by auto-union
I've converted right to left, pedal box is universal, throttle pedal is different but you can modify the existing one. Moke box is different lh and rh drive.
I can confirm this. I have a NOS Moke box and gas pedal here in Ibadan.

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 Posted: Jan 1, 2023 02:20PM
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my problem with driving LHD .. my PHAT foot hits the tunnel box.. real bad on the LHD early  chokes..  later PHD

 Posted: Jan 1, 2023 01:36PM
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Thanks guys.

My gas pedal was modified to work on the Left side. Im just learning this now and ive read some people say the clutch/brake had changes for LH/RH. Was hoping someone may have a side by side so i can see what i have and maybe put together something ideal for my tall ass lol

 Posted: Jan 1, 2023 12:19PM
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I've converted right to left, pedal box is universal, throttle pedal is different but you can modify the existing one. Moke box is different lh and rh drive.

 

 Posted: Jan 1, 2023 08:01AM
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Never owned LHD mini..  I was told the accelerator pedal is different.. and you can cut and weld to make it work  PHD.

 Posted: Jan 1, 2023 05:55AM
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I Googled around but did not find any photos to indicate a difference between left and right setups. There did seem to be a difference between pedal boxes for single and tandem brake cylinder setups. Even the accelerator pedal seemed the same. I did watch a video about how to remove the pedal assembly from a right hand drive  car, though the guy seemed to be discovering how to do it himself.

From the parts diagram, there seems to be a difference between LHD and RHD pedals themselves pre- and post- 1976. Later ones have an offset to space the pedals differently. I suspect the pedals were re-spaced to make more room at the accelerator pedal, which seemed to change in 1976 also.

Part numbers seem to be different LHD to RHD.

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 Posted: Dec 31, 2022 06:01PM
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So after putting up a post about my throttle pedal spacing in my LHD mini, im just now realizing my car was converted at one point and they used a RHD throttle pedal and cut the upper portion to make it work..

Are the Brake and clutch pedal much different from a LHD/RHD pedal assembly? Does anyone have a picture of each? Trying to figure out what i have going on here. Lol