alright well to protect the brand new Dr. Martins, probably order a roller peg next week. glad you showed up man
Thank you brother! I look forward to participating!alright well to protect the brand new Dr. Martins, probably order a roller peg next week. glad you showed up man
Thank you brother!mr. groove,
Interesting concept. Getting use to floor board/heel-toe shifter after 15 years of pegs took some adjustment so I can imagine your shifter might require a little getting use to as well. I like your modified bicycle wheel quick release adjustment feature. Thinking a little outside of the box. Appreciate your participation here and wish you well on your venture.cheers
Hey, brother . . . First I appreciate you having the curiosity to look more into it.Having just watched the video in your sig i have a couple new comments. first, though i still think it looks stupid on a sportbike, the cruiser you show with it installed doesn't look bad at all. Probably because i'm just used to big cruisers having all sorts of bolted on chrome it seems much more fitting there.
Second, i had originally assumed that the top and bottom sliding pieces were identical with one simply being flipped over to mate with the other. Now that i've taken a closer look i see thats not the case. While I still think the price is high for the thing, it's more reasonable given the parts count.
I'm also fairly impressed with the quick release adjustment that you've fitted, i didn't see that earlier and it's a nice feature. However, it does create a (minor) problem in that anyone who has say two pairs of boots that they switch between is going to have the classic two drivers for one car problem where the adjustment is just never quite right after a switch. A quick fix for this that shouldn't introduce much more cost to your manufacturing process would be a "ruler" cut into one or both pieces. Small lines cut in with even spacing, and ideally a longer line added every 4-5 smaller lines would provide a reference for adjustment much like adjusting a chain against swingarm marks.