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Boulevard s50 footpegs

I need to replace my front foot pegs, is there an "easy" way to do this? Or do I have to remove the entire front bracket just to be able to get access to the footpegs?

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remove the two 4mm alen head bolts form the side, theses have lock tight so uses a small hammer to tap while you put preasure on them. a trusted buddy to tap with the hammer. then remove the two forward covers to be able to remove the forward two. and lift the seat from the rear.

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