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Lowing Brutale R footpegs

I'm 6'2, with long legs. My brutale 910 r adjustible pegs are at their lowest setting. Has anyone found a way to lower them further? Has anyone substituted aftermarket pegs that are lower than the stock pegs will go? Any help with this issue would be great.

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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 05-09-2006, 02:58 AM
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Someone makes these adjustable plates, sorry, I can't remember who. maybe someone else will know, I'm sure they're German though.
The bottom picture is a set I made for my F4750, just to see how low a set of Gilles rearsets would go, they were on my 750 for two years and have been transfered to my 1000 for the last 18months!!
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Thanks mike - that's exactly what I'm looking for - can anyone tell me where I can find them, or even what to Google so that I might come up with this part?

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They are from Kauffman, but they only ship inside CH as far as I know:

2.3101 Fussrastenadapter (Paar)
Fr. 500.00
zum Höher oder Tieferlegen der Fussrasten. Einzelanfertigung,Lieferfrist ca.3 Wochen

http://www.hrkaufmann.ch/onlineshop/

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Hi,

If there is enough demand for these (the multi holed plates) we can get them made up and add them to our product range.

Let us know.

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thanks!

Thanks for the help with this - the kaufmann brackets are perfect, but $400 US dollars +/- seems awfully pricey. It would be great if Emoto would carry them. I would be happy to pay $100 to $200 for the brackets.

Any other ideas out there? I may have to just have them fabricated.

thanks!

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Thanks for the help with this - the kaufmann brackets are perfect, but $400 US dollars +/- seems awfully pricey. It would be great if Emoto would carry them. I would be happy to pay $100 to $200 for the brackets.

Any other ideas out there? I may have to just have them fabricated.

thanks!

tim
Hi Tim,

Later today we will make arrangments with our fabricators, I can guarantee you that we will not be charging $400 for them ( )... more like the price you quoted or less.

We will be in touch soon.
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Later today we will make arrangments with our fabricators, I can guarantee you that we will not be charging $400 for them ( )... more like the price you quoted or less.

We will be in touch soon.
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thanks!

Emoto - that is exciting news! I will put a review of the product on the forum as soon as I have a chance to put them on, and will include photos and a link, as well as supply the info to my local dealership.

Look forward to hearing from you!

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I will also buy a pair at the suggested price range; just let me know when they're available.

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