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I need a new bracket mount which is connected to the bike' s frame which holds left foot peg and gear changer.

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How to install passenger foot peg mounting bracket


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Hi, Esben and Allen and the usual suspects are:
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2. Engine/transmission/vehicle not aligned properly.
3. Primary chain is badly worn or links too tight as a result of insufficient lubrication or misalignment.
4. Engine to transmission mounting bolts loose.
5. Upper engine mounting bracket loose.
6. Ignition timing incorrect due to a poorly tuned engine.
7. Internal engine problem flywheels have shifted.
8. Broken frame.
9. Stabilizer links worn or loose.
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No second gear


Instructions

1.
The 2nd gear lockout is, a mechanical speed sensing mechanism. It doesn't care if the engine is running. You bypass it by scooting the bike forward, about 5-6 mph, while shifting the transmission into 2nd gear.
2

Stand on the left side of the bike, with the ignition "ON" and the transmission in neutral.
3 With your right foot on the ground, behind your left foot: place your left foot on the left foot peg, with your toe under the shifter; squeeze in the clutch.
*4.Scoot the bike forward about 5-6 mph, with your right foot, and shift the transmission into 2nd gear, with your left foot. If you accidentally go into 3rd, or some higher gear, you can easily shift back down into 2nd, without further movement of the bike.
5.To start the bike: Apply the choke if the engine is cold. Squeeze in the clutch and push the bike forward, both feet on the ground, about 8-12 mph. Release the clutch until the engine start
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As soon as the engine starts: squeeze in the clutch and shift the bike into neutral.

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I have a 75 flh with the passenger peg mounted to the primary inspection cover.is this stock. if not where do they mount


Yes, this is where the passenger foot peg on the left side of the bike goes. There is an arm that clamps onto the round stub on the inspection cover and is afjustable to almost any angle. The right side foot peg support bolts to the end of the transmission and also has an adfustable arm that clamps onto a stub on it. Then the pegs go on the end of the arms. Go to this site and take a look . http://www.bikebandit.com/1975-harley-davidson-flh-1200/o/m770#sch171752 I'm pretty sure they didn't move the peg brackets to the seat tubes of the frame until 1977. If your bike has two holes in a welded-on tab on the rear of the down tubes behind the primary and the transmission, you can use the later model peg brackets. But, if your bike has no holes in the frame or the swingarm for passenger peg brackets, this is the only style you can use and stay original. You could fabricate and weld on tabs to later model peg brackets or use clamp on brackets and pegs.


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I'm not absolutely certain but this is what I think you need. If you look at your bike now, you'll see that you have what we call "mid-mount" controls. Look a the foot peg support that mounts on to the frame on either side of the bike and holds the foot pegs. In order to change to Forward Controls, you must have the foot peg support for the forward controls. Now, look at your frame where the front down tubes come down and bend to go under the engine. There should be a boss on each side of the frame with two bolt holes in them. The footrest supports for forward controls (FXDWG) bolt here and your kit bolts to that. I've looked at the kit at K.C. International's site and it doesn't appear that those parts are included in the kit. If you'll go to this site, you can see what I'm talking about.
http://www.bikebandit.com/2001-harley-davidson-fxdwg2/o/m1327#sch148356

They list them as Footrest Support RH & LH Chrome - $152 each. You may can get them from Harley for less. Check and see.

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How do I change on my Buell M2 cyclone?


First be sitting on the bike, what you will need do do is hold onto the handel bars and start the beast, let it warm for a minut or two.

Once you have done this you are almost redy to change :-)

Ok heres here it get interesting, youll need to rest you left foot on the left foot peg what ever you do don't get confused and put the wrong foot on the wrong foot peg or somthing really bad might happen when you make the change!!.
Ok assuming that you've done that youll need to pull the clutch in, once youve done that gentley but firmley stomp on the gear leaver (Its the one on the lefthand side of the bike just infront of the left hand foot peg)

OK, you've now made the first change!!!! from here youll want to gentley release that clutch, once you feel the BUELL start to move your gonna wanna give it a handfull of throttle whilst ajusting your left foot to be directley underneath the BUELL, once you foot is inline quickley grab that clutch in again and lift you foot thats underneath gear leaver, rince and repeat :-)



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Need installation instructions for oem vstar 1100 saddlebags and mounts.


Two bolts on the rear fender will need to be removed.
Also remove the passenger Pillion(Seat). Normally one bolt in the back and the pillion slides into the driver seat. Pulling back on the pillion after removal of the hold down bolt usually releases it.

The brackets to hold the saddlebags straight and away from the rear tire/ brake disc. Mounts with shims to the two bolt holes on either side of the bike. (remember those bolts removed earlier?) Center the saddle bags by eye. Sometimes it is best to have someone hold the bike straight and center from the rear. If the bike is on the kick stand, it will not be easy to center the saddle bags.

Next put the passenger pillion back in place.
Check the bracket clearance and make sure no part of the saddle bags are touching any moving part. You can bend the brackets to adjust but usually not necessary. Just be careful with the chrome fender flares.
Those curved chrome rear fender shiny things. :)
You can scratch the paint very easily while working with them.
Use a cloth/towel where you can to prevent marring of the paint.
Really simple to do with minimal tools. Some of the saddle bag bracket kits come with longer bolts. Use them!

My 1100 Vstar I used the twist rods from a set of Shoe Stretchers.
Screwed directly into a kuryakyn foot peg adapter. Black with a triangular tip worked great. Heck of a lot cheaper too!
Nice thing about this arrangement, only had to remove the foot peg bolts. Then the rear passenger seat. Easy to adjust the angle of the bracket by loosening the foot peg either side. Pull up, push down or bend out to get proper position.

Good luck!
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you must remove pulley cover and master cylinder. inside cover is a large nylock nut holding peg mount. once removed a bolt and nut should be replaced in its place as it holds some of master cylinder

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My MT-03 is vibrating an making a bit of a tattling sound


Hi mattandem

I have replied already to your other post... didn't see this one... not sure what the vibration through the peg could be caused by as they mount directly to the frame. The frame being a substantial structure to the bike means that the vibration is being created anywhere on the frame,and you are feeling it in your foot peg. The only thing that comes to mind is that perhaps one of the tank mounting rubbers is not seated properly, or inadvertently rolled away on the garage floor. This is what I would be checking for.

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robotek

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