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Todds Folding shifter pegs

Discussion in 'Spine' started by lucky phil, Dec 10, 2015.

  1. lucky phil

    lucky phil Cruisin' Guzzisti

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    gearbox mod 017.JPG gearbox mod 015.JPG Just fitted this to the V11 Sport. Not only looks nice and well made but puts the shift peg much lower which is what I need. The shift arm hitting the chassis side plate was an issue preventing me from achieving the desired location before. Nice one Todd.
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    lucky phil Cruisin' Guzzisti

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    Added brake lever peg as well.
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    jocko Just got it firing!

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    hello i see this was 4 years ago but here goes anyway.
    2003 V11 Lemans here. Appears to have the same setup, but on mine the ends of the levers have a built in spine sticking out that the rubber slips over and a screw holds rubber in place. Did yours have the same and you just cut off the “spine” and drill a hole thru end of levers? thanks for any reply
     
  4. lucky phil

    lucky phil Cruisin' Guzzisti

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    Just cut off the original part and drilled the lever for a countersunk cap screw from the back.

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