View Full Version : Pedal/Foot Club??

10-13-2004, 07:57 PM
Just wondering if you guys can give feedback on those "clubs" that go on your pedals..i saw it on TV awhile ago and was thinking of getting it...suppose to be freon proof, drilling proof and pick proff and since it goes on your pedal you can't get around it by sawing off the pedal because the pedal is pure steel..unlike the original club where u can saw ur steering wheel..

i think it's call "AUTOLOCK"..should i buy??


10-13-2004, 07:58 PM

10-13-2004, 08:10 PM
Your car will probably take an extra 20 seconds to steal with that on. :D

10-13-2004, 08:14 PM
just wondering how? it seems so secure..

10-13-2004, 08:50 PM
I wouldn't bother. That's why we have insurance. Someone steals it, call insurance.

Justin e36
10-13-2004, 10:45 PM
irvz... actually really good. as you stated, the original club while you couldn't saw through it.. you can saw through the steering wheel. instead.

after you've had your last car stolen, I know you're looking for ways to prevent it from happening again. this is not 100% proof, but it does add that extra layer of protection for your car. As long as you don't mind locking it on everytime you leave your car.

10-13-2004, 10:48 PM
if ur cars manual tranny it wont do shit...maybe get in the way thats all
if its auto it could prevent cause they cant push the brake pedal to shift into drive

Justin e36
10-13-2004, 10:49 PM
325iSBimmer... having your brake pedal fully depressed won't do anything on a manual car?

10-13-2004, 10:59 PM
I could be wrong but I pretty sure the way that thing works is it pushs from the bottom of the floor boards and then holds the brake pedal up... which in turn on a automatic car wont let you put it into gear. at least the one I saw on TV works like that

10-13-2004, 11:19 PM
but you put it on the clutch...

10-13-2004, 11:27 PM
but the clucth has a plastic pedal, thats why they brag about putting it on the brake pedal cause that steel is very hard to cut through since u have to rely on it to apply great pressures when emergency braking