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Quick question... My shifter pedal and my brake pedal both have some side to side play in them. I checked all the bolts and everything is tight so I'm not overly concerned. Is this just a normal Victory thing?

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I did my first service and noticed the same.

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yep, if its to much get the wd bushing kit, tightens it up nicely.


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Quick question... My shifter pedal and my brake pedal both have some side to side play in them. I checked all the bolts and everything is tight so I'm not overly concerned. Is this just a normal Victory thing?
Seems to be a Vic thing. My XC and now my XCT has the same side to side slop. I'm sure that WD bushing works well.

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they do , put them in mine a while back, the brake pedal wasnt that loose but my shifter was, much better now though!


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Nice to know it's normal and thanks for the heads up on the WD bushing kit.

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if you go that route, before you put the bushings in, look at the hole in the shifter where the bushing goes, there needs to be a slight chamfer to the hole, if there isnt use a drill and just put a small chamfer in it. the bushing will most likely not sit flush with the lever and may not fit properly , i think most are probably chamfered, mine was not.


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Thank you for the heads up dtmmil. I appreciate all the tips and tricks that make my life a little easier...

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