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Are the shift pegs on a Hammer removable?

Is there a way to put the Ness shift peg on a 2012 Hammer 8 Ball?

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Are the shift pegs on a Hammer removable?

Is there a way to put the Ness shift peg on a 2012 Hammer 8 Ball?
Cut, drill, tap. Sorry only way.
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Yes they are removable. And Arlen ness makes a threaded adapter so you can basically mount any HD shift/ brake peg to your victory pedal. And HMD520 sells them also..which are the Arlen ness ones. Once you get the old peg off I would highly recommend running a tap through the threads to cleanup any left over thread locker compound. If you heat up the pedal first it should unlock the thread locker to ease in removal.

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Are the vic threads metric vs hd standard? Or just different size all together?

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Vic is metric HD is standard..I believe 8mm vs 5/16?

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Beast I believe on the XC bikes it removable but on the hammer and Vegas is is all one cast piece so you have to drill and tap or replace the whole arm

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Beast I believe on the XC bikes it removable but on the hammer and Vegas is is all one cast piece so you have to drill and tap or replace the whole arm
Ouch! That sucks!

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On your CC / XC / visions there metric and a good bite with a vice grips you can un screw them.
If you find a peg for h-d that hat a bolt that goes all the way threw the peg you can replace the sae with a metric. Or like they said Ness and JP and HMD sells the adapter.

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Are the shift pegs on a Hammer removable?

Is there a way to put the Ness shift peg on a 2012 Hammer 8 Ball?
Sorry you would have to hack saw off drill and tap.
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Yes you do have to hack and tap. I did it on my jackpot and it came out just fine. Just be careful when tapping because you don't have a lot of room.

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