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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-10-2013, 05:24 PM Thread Starter
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I have a 2013 xc and have purchased ness footpegs but I'm not sure how to get them off. Any insight would be great. Thanks.
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The new clip is like a key chain type ring. With a sharp or thin tool. Find end and spread open carefully.work your way around pin until out of groove, then slide off of pin. Don't loose it...very easy to do. Then remove pin and D washer...bada bing bada boom...it's off.

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The new clip is like a key chain type ring. With a sharp or thin tool. Find end and spread open carefully.work your way around pin until out of groove, then slide off of pin. Don't loose it...very easy to do. Then remove pin and D washer...bada bing bada boom...it's off.
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They are called Spirolox Spiral Retaining rings. Here is a pic comparing one to a classic snap ring.


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They are called Spirolox Spiral Retaining rings. Here is a pic comparing one to a classic snap ring.

Thanks for the name clarification ....much better then key chain typ ring.....lol

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If you write "key chain typ ring" or "spirolox", witch one everybody knows?
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