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How do I remove the rear foot rest on a Kawasaki er6f? There is a central pin with a circlip to hole it in but after the circlip is removed the pin won't come out.

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Give the pin a tap with a hammer..see if that moves it...think these are spring load'ed so dont lose the spring...hope this helps

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