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Old 07-10-2012, 11:55 AM
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Shift Peg went good bye!

So this morning riding down the highway I went to shift into 5th and found that my peg vanished and no longer resides on the shift lever. Nothing is broken but it looks like these little guys are screwed on instead of welded.

Anyone know where I can get a new Shift Peg that will fit even if its not oem? Local shops had nothing to offer except a bolt that i have set in with a washer with 2 nuts. Looks ghetto as hell and would like to find a new peg.

Any assistance would be helpful. I have found like a billion harley pegs but im not trying to rock skullz and snake pegs.

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Old 07-10-2012, 12:19 PM
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Contact Jamie: SuperHawk Forum - View Profile: JamieDaugherty as it sounds like you might have one of his shifters on your bike.

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Old 07-10-2012, 12:23 PM
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Originally Posted by 8541Hawk View Post
Contact Jamie: SuperHawk Forum - View Profile: JamieDaugherty as it sounds like you might have one of his shifter on your bike.

Is this something the PO would have done?!? Im not aware of a swap lol. Were the factory units welded on as opposed to bolted?
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The stock unit is cast as one piece. Though you could always post a picture....
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Old 07-10-2012, 12:57 PM
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Originally Posted by 8541Hawk View Post
The stock unit is cast as one piece. Though you could always post a picture....

This is true haha Ill go do that.

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Does the one you have look like the one in this pic?

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Also are there 2 mounting points for the the shifting peg and 2 mounting points for the shift rod?
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Old 07-10-2012, 01:16 PM
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Originally Posted by 8541Hawk View Post
Does the one you have look like the one in this pic?

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Also are there 2 mounting points for the the shifting peg and 2 mounting points for the shift rod?

Yes on Both accounts according to my pictures. I guess its an upgrade then by jamie.
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Old 07-10-2012, 01:30 PM
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Thatd definitely a jd shift lever... hes a good guy and extremely easy to deal with...
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Old 07-10-2012, 01:42 PM
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Originally Posted by maniac2313 View Post
Thatd definitely a jd shift lever... hes a good guy and extremely easy to deal with...

I sent him a PM thanks guys for the insight and time!
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Old 07-10-2012, 03:07 PM
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Actually mine is just like that & isnt a JD job. I know since I did it myself when I broke the orig. All you need is the rubber part right? Or is the whole bolt gone (then you need the bolt too)

For sure you could put any rubber on it but you could get this

http://www.ebay.com/itm/SHIFT-PEDAL-...00b532&vxp=mtr

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Originally Posted by smokinjoe73 View Post
Actually mine is just like that & isnt a JD job. I know since I did it myself when I broke the orig. All you need is the rubber part right? Or is the whole bolt gone (then you need the bolt too)

For sure you could put any rubber on it but you could get this

SHIFT PEDAL SHIFTER RUBBER ONLY | eBay
the whole bolt is gone. Good Call on that link wouldn't happen to know where i can get a pretty bolt like they got pictured do you?
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Yeah, any hardware store, pretty standard. Besides the bolt will be covered, but this time be sure to get nylock nuts.
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Originally Posted by kardiac996 View Post
the whole bolt is gone. Good Call on that link wouldn't happen to know where i can get a pretty bolt like they got pictured do you?
The one in the pic is not a bolt, it's part of the shifter..... One piece cast unit.
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Originally Posted by 8541Hawk View Post
The one in the pic is not a bolt, it's part of the shifter..... One piece cast unit.

haha.. well thank you both as i now have direction. Thank you again!
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shifter peg loss

I went with Jamie's shifter conversion and am very happy with it. I lost the shifter peg after a couple of weeks, but found it in my driveway. I put it back on, but didn't use any locktite or lock-washers and the peg came up missing again a couple of weeks later. I replaced it with a piece of aluminum rod that a friend drilled and tapped and knurled the O.D. It looks pretty good, but won't be as comfortable to use barefoot or wearing sandals.
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... but won't be as comfortable to use barefoot or wearing sandals.
Please tell me you were joking.
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