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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-19-2014, 06:02 PM Thread Starter
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Default Would love to see pics of your floor bd, brake

combination. Just don't like the look of the stock combo, wanting some ideas.

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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-19-2014, 07:11 PM
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Floorboards are from Cycleops, pedal from Kury, and the pedal bracket is from someone on the club forum.
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Floorboards are from Cycleops, pedal from Kury, and the pedal bracket is from someone on the club forum.
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What type of closeouts are those that you have on your forged bars? How do you like them?

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Bob,
What type of closeouts are those that you have on your forged bars? How do you like them?

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Those are the JTD Lowers. They work very well for me. I had the stock XCT lowers and bar for a while then got these and sold the stock lowers. JMHO. Many others prefer the Victory XCT lowers. These work better in the extreme heat of the Southwest IMHO.

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WitchDoctor Brake peg and modified stock shifter, Ness Floorboards.
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WitchDoctor Brake peg and modified stock shifter, Ness Floorboards.
Looks excellent!
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Looks excellent!
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Looks excellent!
+1! they look way better on the bike than they do on the AN site.



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