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Yes, Kuryakyn Floorboards on my VN 750

The left side fit like a glove, all I had to do was rotate the shifter just a little so my foot would slide under with ease. The right side is a little more difficult, had to cut the botton two mounting holes on the floorboard, then I had to add a 1" piece on the break pedal, just cut the pad off and weld the 1" extension on and weld the pad back on. had to tip it about 1/4" towards the back for a more comfortable foot position on the brake. It's not welded yet, I should have it installed tomorrow.
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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 08-11-2010, 06:17 PM
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They look good. Could you post some pictures taken straight on, from down level with the shifter. One with it in the original position and a second with it moved up one spline where you have it now. There are 32 splines on the shaft, so a one spline move is just over 11*. How far in inches did you raise it?

I would like to see some tech pics of the mods needed on the right side too.
You should know that we are as interested in the how-to-do stuff as the finished product. <G>

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