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finally passenger floorboards

finally got some floorboards to match the front. big thanks to km. they fit perfect. my wife really likes them.i forgot to put them on the bike before i glued the tread on. probably going to cut out a small square piece to cover them or may just leave it. but they are awsome looks better than the factory pegs.
i hope this was supposed to go here if not the mods can move it and i won't be offended lol.
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2003 kaw vn 750 pushing 40,000 miles.
tp stator
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coil relay mod
other stuff not listed
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Yup, very cool. Once my wife experienced floorboards, she'd never go back.
but of course, she didn't think we needed them before I bought them. Ltms
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Yup, very cool. Once my wife experienced floorboards, she'd never go back.
but of course, she didn't think we needed them before I bought them. Ltms
that's what my wife said until she tried them then she was like why didn't you already have these on here.

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coil relay mod
other stuff not listed
mustang seat
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My wife loved the boards too.... And now she also requires a backrest...

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My wife loved the boards too.... And now she also requires a backrest...
If you're lucky, she'll require her own bike! That's what mine did!

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My wife loved the boards too.... And now she also requires a backrest...
it's pretty nice when people have spare parts just laying around lol. made my life a lot easier.

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coil relay mod
other stuff not listed
mustang seat
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^ I still got parts laying around from my FJR too. Somewhere I still have two uncut 1/4" aluminum plates that I hope to use for passenger floorboards for my Bonneville.
Been here three years and still got crap unpacked in boxes.

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