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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 12-07-2010, 01:41 PM Thread Starter
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Stupid rearset question

First off i know this is dumb but i took off my left rearset as it was knocked ovr in the wind the other night. I was able to get the peg off and when i was trying to put it on my left rearset i jsut got i cant figure out how the pin that keeps the peg taut back on oir where to put it on the reset so it lets me put the peg on. any help will be appreciated and i know im going to get sh!t for this so sh!t away jsut help lol and i did use the search too
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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 12-07-2010, 05:28 PM
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Do you have any pics? It's tough to understand which part you're talking about.
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So, is this correct?

Your bike blew over in the wind. You decided to replace the stockers with new aftermarket rearsets?

If so, pictures would help.

The stock foot pegs are all held on by only two bolts. I can't see that you'd be having trouble with this.

...or by left peg do you mean left as in foot peg and brake pedal? (rhs as you sit on the bike). Are you having problems with the springs on this part?

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I think he's talking about the spring holding the Peg down. Right? Please proof read what you wrote though. Too many grammar errors.
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thats what im understanding too. either that or the clip that holds in the pin for the peg. definately a pic or better explination would help a lot.


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sorry about the grammar, new keyboard is weird. and no not talking about the brake pedal. but i was talking about the spring that holds down the peg. i am having trouble getting it back on to hold the peg. and i just bought a oem mainstep or the holder and was trying to switch over the peg and the bracket thing behind it. and was having trouble with the spring. i dont have pictures but can get spme later tonight if they are needed.
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look on the other undamaged peg ...you s/b able to figure out where spring ends fit.
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Is this what you're talking about?
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yea thats exactly what im talking about. the middle spring by the peg.
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it takes a little bit of effort to get the spring set right then just shove the post through. That pic will help a lot.
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but my problem is getting the spring to catch in order to have the peg actually be held by it istead of having the bolt going threw and the spring just laying in it
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If you assemble it just like the picture then you will put a little pressure on the spring to hold it in place while you insert the pin. This is all that is holding it.

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