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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 11-11-2012, 04:23 PM Thread Starter
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Damn some big ass feet

Took the bike out for a spin today. I know that my foot didn't grow, my boots did lol. Anyways, my shifter is a chore to use. New boots size 13, and I'm getting stuck when I need to shift.
Is the mod I can do fix this problem.? I was thinking of removing the heel peg, but that would defeat the purpose of having heel toe shift.

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Have you tried adjusting it to fit your pontoons?

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I bet I can use your shoes as water ski's.

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nope cant water sky with them, and I 09 pin doesnt have adjustment on the heel toe

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nope cant water sky with them, and I 09 pin doesnt have adjustment on the heel toe
I beg to differ on both points.

People even ski bare foot some times and the adjuster is on the connecting rod.

To adjust it loosen both nuts and spin the rod. It has threads going both ways on both ends so it extends the rod going one way and shortens it the other way. Maybe you can find a happy medium and I don't mean the kind that can read your mind.
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Guess I shouldve made it clearer. The distance between the pegs needs to be wider for my ass boots to fit nicely.

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Adjust your linkage rod will move your peg up or down.
Didn't you post this thread about four months ago and still have not done anything about it

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Nah op was Nov 11. That might help with my toe shift, but doesn't do a thing for the distance between heel and toe. I was thinking of removing the heel peg

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Removing the heel peg and moving your linkage up should solve your problems. I wear a size 12 shoe and have rode a couple of bikes with heel/toe shifters and could never get my feet to fit right.

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Ok on the kingpin, is the heel peg just unscrewed?

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