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post #1 of 4 Old Mar 19th, 2011, 9:15 pm Thread Starter
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Brake pedal extention

I have difficulty finding the rear brake pedal on my '08 K1200GT. The pedal itself is very short. Does anyone make an extension for the pedal or a complete lever with a longer pedal?

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post #2 of 4 Old Mar 20th, 2011, 7:57 am
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Re: Brake pedal extention

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I have difficulty finding the rear brake pedal on my '08 K1200GT. The pedal itself is very short. Does anyone make an extension for the pedal or a complete lever with a longer pedal?
If you can't find a used one here is a link to a new one:

http://pirateslair.net/PegSlow.htm

I found this accessory to be very worthwhile. Save your money on the shifter extension, though. Because of the wide adjustability of the shifter, it is not necessary and will scuff your boots.
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Re: Brake pedal extention

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If you can't find a used one here is a link to a new one:

http://pirateslair.net/PegSlow.htm

I found this accessory to be very worthwhile. Save your money on the shifter extension, though. Because of the wide adjustability of the shifter, it is not necessary and will scuff your boots.


Hey, thanks for the link. Just ordered a brand new one!

2009 Honda Shadow Spirit Red (wife's bike)
2008 BMW K1200GT2 Adventurine Silver (looks like green to me)
2006 Triumph Scrambler Red/White
2005 Harley-Davidson FLHTCUI Lava Red Sunglo/Vivid Black
2002 BMW R1200C Black with white pinstripes

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Re: Brake pedal extention

The rubber extention I have fitted is from a brake pedal on a hospital bed. No scuffed boots for me!!..
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