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How to keep CH pedals from sliding on hardwood floor?

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Hi,Maybe you can try a mat that is made to keep wood from sliding around on a work bench when you use a sander or router. You can get them for around $10 at most hardware stores.It looks like this: http://www.bosstoolsupply.com/index.asp?Pa...ROD&ProdID=6508 A rubber shelf liner like this: http://www.rona.ca/shop/~non-slip-shelf-li...decoration_shop for kitchen cupbords might also work.Bill

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Get one of those rubbery non-skid pads that are used under rugs.

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:-wave This is what I made when I first bought my pedels. If you look closely in the pic, you can see the wood thing on the floor. It was measured to fite me and it goes up against the wall. I've used it for years and works great. From the pic you should be able to copy the design.flightsimsetup2.jpg

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I'll give the rug pads a try, I actually had a strip lying around the house so I cut it into two smaller strips and placed them under the edges of the pedal support plate, where the rubber pads are.Hope this works. Thanks everyone :)

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