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Has anyone installed one of these brake pedals from Vic Baggerrs?





Was all necessary hardware included and any issues during installation?
Thanks for any feedback


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Is it for a cross bike?
The description reads .... "Brake Pedals for Victory Baggers. Fitment for Victory Cross Country, Cross Roads, Hardball, Magnum, Kingpin, Boardwalk models."
 

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I installed years ago a pedal from Dain a forum member , excellent product.
 

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I took a similar pedal off the Cross Country I bought a couple months ago. The pedal was mounted with a angle bracket that raised the pedal height about 3/4 to 1 inch higher than the standard post pedal. It made it uncomfortable to use the brake pedal because of how high I would have to lift my foot to press it. I bought a longer than stock version of the post style pedal and I'm much happier with it as it fits the natural movement of my foot from floorboard to brake.
 

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I installed years ago a pedal from Dain a forum member , excellent product.
Is that the brake pedal guy on the v o g h t ?

Andre using TaPaTaLk
 

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yes
His name is Dain and he makes an excellent product easy to replace. Had it for about 6 years now.
 

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What is this “v o g h t” you’re referring to? Is it thevog.net?
 

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His name is Dain and he makes an excellent product easy to replace. Had it for about 6 years now.
I ended up buying one of his brake pedals.

I bought off of his eBay site for $50 including shipping.
Looks like a good quality product which includes needed hardware and instructions.

I'll update this thread once I install it.










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I ended up buying one of his brake pedals.

I bought off of his eBay site for $50 including shipping.
Looks like a good quality product which includes needed hardware and instructions.

I'll update this thread once I install it.









Dusty
It includes its own clove of garlic!!?? that's awesome!!! :grin
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It has a slightly metallic taste...
 

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I got around to installing the brake pedal today.
Easy to remove the spindly stock peg and after I decided where to position the new pedal, was just a matter of tightening up the supplied bolt included with lock tite already on it and two star washers, with a ratcheting box wrench, as the acorn nut that holds the pedal to the bracket blocks access to the 12 mm nut with a socket.


Spindly, OEM brake peg





New brake pedal, view of the underside showing acorn nut and pedal bolt





New brake pedal






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You can make your own stuff, but Dain is a good guy and is making brake pedals, filler panels and passenger backrests for the Visions. That is a lot more than I can say for the people at Polaris who said they would provide us with "parts" for 10 years from their shutdown date. So, if you want something that he is producing, give him a shot.
 
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