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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 03-23-2014, 08:11 AM Thread Starter
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Ok. I've got a 2010 XC and I'm really missing a heel toe shifter. I saw the below on Witchdoctor, but this is just machining. Anyone know where I can find the actual part and will it work on the 2010? I don't think the one from Polaris looks like this because theirs is ugly as...

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i purchased the vic one and it matches well with no issues the one you had on link is the vic one machined
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I bought my heel shifter from Kewlmetal, but had them make it with a rubber peg to match the front OEM peg. I then replaced both pegs with Kury pegs for a great looking and working heel/toe combo that leaves lots of boot room on the floorboard.
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I bought my heel shifter from Kewlmetal, but had them make it with a rubber peg to match the front OEM peg. I then replaced both pegs with Kury pegs for a great looking and working heel/toe combo that leaves lots of boot room on the floorboard.
So you bought just the heel shifter, it looks like its all one piece...

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Do you find that it gets in your way? I like to put the ball of my foot on the edge of the floorboard once in a while and your set up looks like it would be in that way.
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It comes as an add-on piece that attaches to the OEM toe shifter. If you look, you should see a couple small bolt holes near the bottom rear of your shifter arm. This is to attach the rear/heel shifter. It does not at all get in the way. I had similar setups on my Vulcans so I am well used to it.


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I seem to remember that the shifter on the '10 is different than the '11+. The shifter for the '10 cannot have a heel added to it, you have to buy a newer one.

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I bought the vic heel shifter and it works great on my 12 cross roads.

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I seem to remember that the shifter on the '10 is different than the '11+. The shifter for the '10 cannot have a heel added to it, you have to buy a newer one.

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This could be entirely true...I have a 2013 XCT and have done zero research to check compatability...

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I seem to remember that the shifter on the '10 is different than the '11+. The shifter for the '10 cannot have a heel added to it, you have to buy a newer one.

Ride safe.
I have a 2010 XR. It came with a shifter that looks like this but is aluminium not chrome and picture shows it upside down for some reason



I bought the OEM replacement heel toe shifter and it works great. The heel part is narrow enough to not interfere with the floorboard but wide enough not to miss


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