Step 1: Parts List
2x6. About 24" long
1/2 NPT Steel Pipe. 2 pieces @ 8" long.
1/2 NPT Steel Pipe Flange qty 4
1/4-20 x 1" Flat head screws qty 16
1/4-20 Nuts (I used T-Nuts) qty 16
Cost To Build. I had everything except the plumbing parts which were about $18.
Duration: About 2 hours not including the decorating time.
Step 2: Pedal Assembly
Measure the width of the exposed pipe to determine the proper pedal width. Mine measured about 7.00"
I made each pedal out of two pieces because my drill was not long enough to go all the through and I was worried about keeping the hole straight through such a long length.
Rip the 2 x 6 to half the pedal width on a table saw. Subtract about 1/16" more for clearance.
Cut into (4) 4" long pieces.
Mark the center of each piece on the 4" x 1-1/2" face and drill through 7/8" Dia.
Glue the pedals together with the holes lined up.
Clamp and set aside to dry.
Update: OK...The squeekyness got a little old. A quick squirt of silcone lube inside of each pedal took away the squeek. It has not come back even after many days of play.