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How to install bikemaster tour footpads - 2007 Suzuki Boulevard S40

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Our kreepy has a beige paint like film all over it and it's not kreeping anymore. Nothing is stuck inside of it. Any ideas as to why it has this film/stopped working? I have it soaking in vinegar and...

sounds like something caused your water to precipitate scale. high pH or alkalinity coupled with an elevated calcium hardness may do that. make sure the footpad is in good shape, should have visible groves, if it's completely flat get a new footpad.

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The best way to install the foot pad is to the install the flat part of the cassette to feed the foot pad into the grove (as you turn it). It always always works best when warm, so if the foot pad has been out side and it is cold, then it will need to warm up.

When the foot pad finishes, the flat part will be towards the back and the rounded part towards the front of the cleaner.


Unthread and remove the cassette. Holding the Baracuda G3, press down on the yellow clip while pulling the foot flange toward you. Pull off the old footpad and stretch on the new one. Insert the locking clip of the foot flange into the large opening, push forward to lock into place insert the cassette and tighten.

If you need any additional information, please do no hesitate to ask! We all work hard here at Fix Ya and appreciate your feedback as well.

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Well if you do not already have it you need to purchase two (2) items, the first being the installation kit, and the second the mount kit. Yeah it seems strange you buy the mounting kit and you still need to spend another $70 or so for another kit.
with the kits and or the tour-pak you will have directions and hardware to drill the tour-pak and the bolts to install it with. hope this helps,


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