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Just bought a set of R1200CL foot boards for my 2000 K1200LT and they fit just fine, with identical mounts. All for a princely sum of £ 82.50 + £ 6.00 P&P. Linky Here
Genuine BMW parts from a reputable dealer with 25 years experience selling BMW parts and accessories, Motorbins.CO. UK :bmw:
 

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:( This is posted in the right section, just to say these will fit the K1200LT and come in silver not chrome so match in with the non chrome models a lot of us ride.
A genuine product at the right price.

Cheers Sparkx

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sparkx said:
Just bought a set of R1200CL foot boards for my 2000 K1200LT and they fit just fine, with identical mounts. All for a princely sum of £ 82.50 + £ 6.00 P&P. Linky Here
Genuine BMW parts from a reputable dealer with 25 years experience selling BMW parts and accessories, Motorbins.CO. UK :bmw:
Thanks for Sharing, those look like the passenger floorboards mine has on it, the PO had the dealership install them, the Wife and kids love the larger footing area.
 

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Bob this is one of those great finds! The original LT Pax Footboards cost me over $700 back in 2000 when I bought the LT! The conversion to US dollars for these is only $104!

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Sold out! :(
 

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I looked at these, but it appears the mounting plates are different than LT pax plates.

How would one mount these on LT?
 

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Firstly remove the original footrests by taking off the C'clip and tapping out the holding pin with a parallel punch (5mm). Get ready to catch the Indent ball bearing, spring and Indent plate as they drop.
The new foot board sits between the now two vacant lugs, where you push the new locating pin through, which is then secured by a locking Allen head grub screw. This will tighten the whole assembly up. Repeat on the other side.

Hope this helps ?

Should take no more than twenty minutes.

Regards Sparkx

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