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post #1 of 8 Old 07-26-2019, 09:14 AM Thread Starter
 
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Anyone looked for or found an extended shifter peg for the Rebel? I just put floorboards on mine and while much more comfortable, my foot is farther out and away from the shifter peg now.
Wondering if one has to be specific to a Honda (which I can't find) or if one of the pegs from Dennis Kirk that say "possible fit" (universal?) would work.
Did a search but didn't find anything on the boards. Thanks!
P.S.- what I DON'T need is a forward control type of shifter... My foot already has to ride at the front of the floorboard just to be in the neighborhood of the shifter now. Just really need the peg extended out a few inches.

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post #2 of 8 Old 09-21-2019, 09:18 PM
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new to this as well as new to the bike so I may be completely talking about the wrong thing but if i am understanding correctly. Doesn't blue collar bobber make a foot peg extension kit?

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I will certainly check into it. Hope it's an actual extender kit instead of a forward control kit. I'm to the point of asking a custom bike shop to drill a hole in the shifter arm so I can install an aftermarket longer peg that fits Harleys...

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It's forward controls. https://bluecollarbobbers.com/shop/f...fit-450-rebel/

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The shifter can be adjusted up & down, but if you want something longer/closer to the front wheel you'll have to fabricate something on your own. Being a floorboard, you can move your foot fore and aft as well...

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What I'm looking for isn't actually closer to the front wheel, it's farther out away from the shift arm, a longer peg itself, maybe 3 inches wide instead of 1-1/2"

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Think you are going to need some machining to achieve what you want. Something like this could be bolted to the shift arm after drilling and tapping. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Shift-Knob-...7sJeOJmSC8SBTg

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The site claims 6" in length, this HD spec shifter peg certainly looks wider:

https://www.amazon.com/Arlen-Ness-07...80347919&psc=1

No reason why you couldn't drill out the arm hole if needed or insert a bushing depending which way the bolt diameter is.

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