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Looks quite nice and neat. I hadn't thought of triggering off that step in the
pedal frame like you did. I think I'd prefer a location that didn't come so
close to the angled foot plate, however. If you had moved it to one side or the
other could you have taken advantage of one of the pressings in that foot
I actually had to clearance the angled foot plate for the adjustable bracket on the switch. The carpet does mostly cover it so I think I am ok from a water dripping standpoint.
Seems to work very nicely. I did have to clearance the angled toe board a little to clear the switch and bracket. The carpet did not need to be cut. I am a little concerned about the switch getting wet during use.....from stuff dripping off my shoes. I will look into making a small shield for it or maybe just coat the connections with grease.
Doesn't the angled foot plate cover it?
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