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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 10-04-2012, 08:35 PM Thread Starter
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Does anyone one know the correct part number for the Kuryakyn Shift Peg for a '97?

On Kuryakyn website it show two that I believe would fit but not certain. Part number KY-4034 or KY-4036.

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Kuryakyn 4036 shifter cover fits just fine. So to recap, if you want to get a set of pedal covers...4029 is the brake cover, 4036 is the shifter cover.
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Perfect. That's what I thought but I needed to be certain.

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I like Kuryakyn 8851 better. It matches the 4029 brake cover but looks more like a shift peg. Fits fine. jmo

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Red face How about for the front and passenger pegs

Now that I have done the brake cover and shift peg, I want to do the front and rear pegs. Does anyone know the Kuryakyn model number that fits the '97 750?

Thank you advance for your help..
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Now that I have done the brake cover and shift peg, I want to do the front and rear pegs. Does anyone know the Kuryakyn model number that fits the '97 750?

Thank you advance for your help..
Have you considered Floorboards ?

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Actually I haven't. Is that an easy conversion or do I have to do modification? I prefer to just remove a bolt, replace and the put bolt back on. LOL

What floor boards would you recommend?

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Actually I haven't. Is that an easy conversion or do I have to do modification? I prefer to just remove a bolt, replace and the put bolt back on. LOL

What floor boards would you recommend?

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Floorboards bolt on just that easy. No modification required.
I have read one member actually preferred KM's Floorboards
(actually switched ), over another aftermarket brand Floorboards.

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Does anyone have an idea or quick fix for the kuryakyn 4036 pads? I installed it removing the rubber piece that was originally on the shifter peg, then after a ride for the day, when I got home I noticed the the rubber pads were protruding from the cover. I then pushed them back in and then again after again the same situation. What am I doing wrong?? Help PLEASE...

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