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Left Pedal Assembly, Anyone?

Hey y'all!

So, I have an '85 Rebel and the bolt connecting my shifter pedal to the whole thing broke off. Refer to picture cuz I have no idea what to call it. I called Woods Fun Center here in Texas and was informed that the part was discontinued. Does anyone know where I can get one? Or would anyone happen to have a spare? I'm having trouble nailing one down on Ebay. It would be greatly appreciated!
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post #2 of 10 Old 03-16-2017, 05:38 PM
 
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Here is the hex bolt part # from that diagram:

BOLT, HEX. (6X20) 92101-06020-0A (replaces 92000-06020)


Are you just needing the bolt? or both lever and bolt? You should be able to find a 6mm bolt at a hardware store. Someone else might know which year Rebel are interchangeable for the lever.

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The left footpeg bracket is interchangeable for 85 86 & 87. They are available on eBay - I found 2 doing a search for "honda rebel left footpeg bracket". Make sure you select one for 85 86 or 87, the later footpegs are different. Another option is to have the bracket you have drilled and welded to replace the shaft that broke off.

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Not an uncommon Rebel failure
grind off the chromed over weld noted in photo and weld old shaft back into bore that is drilled through the plate..
or if nut is rusted onto shaft badly have a new pivot shaft improvised out of bolt..
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I sent the pic to my mechanic, he said I would need the whole left pedal assembly, unfortunately:/
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Do you have an idea as to how much it would cost to weld it?
Shops charge by the hour, depends on how much prep work you can do.. if you grind down fairly smooth you save at least 1/2 hour.. still would need to pass a drill through to clean up original bore hole
Check around you may find someone who has a wire welder that can help you out..

Left side stand isn't hard to remove if your mechanic wants it that way..
block up the center assure bike won't fall over before stand mount removed..

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I sent the pic to my mechanic, he said I would need the whole left pedal assembly, unfortunately:/
It seems to me worthwhile to try and fix - but if you decide to replace it I would give you a few bucks for the broken one to do a demo on fixing the bracket (or trying to).

Also, a while back another member here was looking for a broken bracket for his project. @SWAMPRABBIT

http://www.hondarebelforum.com/f18/r...d-59153-8.html

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Not an uncommon Rebel failure
grind off the chromed over weld noted in photo and weld old shaft back into bore that is drilled through the plate..
or if nut is rusted onto shaft badly have a new pivot shaft improvised out of bolt..
My mechanic said it would be more cost effective to do as you said and grind and weld it. Do you know if the bits that need welding are aluminum? He said he'd have to send it out elsewhere if it's aluminum.
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The bracket is ferrous, my guess is that it is forged steel. First thing you want to do is fabricate a jig to be able to position the shifter shaft properly BEFORE you do any grinding. Then your guy can grind the weld area flat and locate the center where the shaft will go. Drill the bracket to insert the shaft and weld. You will probably need to have a new shaft turned on a lathe, center drilled and threaded for the retaining bolt. Ask if you need dimensions on any of the parts.

edit: as SoakedKarma said earlier, you could use a bolt to replace the shaft - and a nut to hold the shifter on the bolt shaft

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Have you tried Jack's Rebel Warehouse - Rebel Catalog, Honda Rebel parts and accessories yet?

"Ride Safe, Chop Safer" Motorcycles are not unsafe. However; they are extremely unforgiving of inattention, incompetence, ignorance, and stupidity.
Dismantling, sawzalling, and rattle canning does not make a bobber.
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