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I would like to move my clutch pedal back (controls are in the farthest back position already) and cannot find a replacement pedal that will give me that advantage. Any ideas?
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Clutch pedal??

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Clutch pedal??
Do you think she means shift lever ?

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Hi. Yes I mean shift pedal and I am a woman. Thx
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My apologies . I have not seen shorter shift / brake levers available as of yet , Just wondering you must be tiny , have you lowered your bike or had the seat modified to get you closer to the ground . If reaching the levers is difficult / uncomfy , touching the ground must be challenging too .

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You may want to email Witch Doctors and see if he could make you a custom set , or even a modified set of pegs that could get them closer to you ....

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I see you are from MA , me too !

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I would like to move my clutch pedal back (controls are in the farthest back position already) and cannot find a replacement pedal that will give me that advantage. Any ideas?
post a pic of you sitting on the bike and we'll see what we can work out for you.

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You can go to a saddle customizer and have him modify your saddle to move you forward. If you have difficulty reaching the shifter, you must also have too much of a reach to the bars. Having the seat move you toward them should give you what you want--and a more comfortable saddle too.
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You'll have to forgive KevinX, he's been stuck in his shop and hasn't seen a woman in decades.
As true as your statement may be Ric , I think its me she has to forgive . I will fix that post now ...

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