2014 JEEP WRANGLER JK  - Mountain Off Road Enterprises Dead Pedal - DP0709DS - DP0709DS | 4WD.com
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2014 JEEP WRANGLER JK  - Mountain Off Road Enterprises Dead Pedal - DP0709DS - DP0709DS

Mountain Off Road Enterprises Dead Pedal - DP0709DS



M.O.R.E. has a new product for enhancing your comfort level while driving your Jeep. This new easy bolt-in and adjustable Dead Pedal helps with leg fatigue that many of us get while driving when you do not have a place to support your foot. Bolts into existing holes (No Drilling Required) and comes powder coated.


Worthwhile "invisible" investment.

It works so well sometimes when stopped I forget my foot is on the dead pedal and not the brake. Nice product, I am glad to have it, having missed one for a while.

from Concord, NC |
Another nice MORE Product

I have the dead pedal by MORE for both the driver and passenger side of my 2012 JK. It makes it a lot nicer for long trips to have a spot to rest your foot. The product is well built and tucks away from sight. It has multiple mounting holes to attach it allowing it to fit a wide range of people (taller/shorter). The pedal is well coated and will stand up to the abuse Jeepers can provide. CAUTION: Order the correct side unless you are purchasing both!

from Howell, Mi |

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Mountain Off-Road Enterprises (M.O.R.E.) specializes in providing high quality products including bumpers, suspension and steering parts and accessories for Jeeps ranging from JKs to CJs to XJs and more. Originally launched in a Colorado garage nearly 40 years ago, M.O.R.E.'s Shackle Reversal System for Jeeps revolutionized wheeling on trails and highways and the company continued to develop components that were not traditionally durable into trail tougher versions. We carry their bumpers available in high clearance and stubby styles and items like tire carriers, high lift jacks and tire compressing accessories are ideal for lifted Jeeps with oversized tires. Shop Mountain Off Road Enterprises Now