HARLEY DAVIDSON CHROME PASSENGER FOOTBOARD COVERS INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

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Filed Under (Harley Davidson) by admin on 06-02-2011

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INSTALLATION 1. For all 1992 and Earlier model vehicles: See Figure 1. Remove passenger footboard assembly, including footboard support (1), from mounting stud on motorcycle. Depending on type of footboard support, this will require either removal of self-locking nut (2) and bolt (3), or removal of bolt (3) and lock washer (8) from footboard support split hub. 7 6 8 4 2 5 1 3 is00817 1. Support, footboard (2) 2. Nut, hex, lock (2) 3. Bolt, hex head (2) 4. Cover, footboard (2) 5. Footboard (2) 6. Pad, footboard (2) 7. Screw, self-tapping (4) 8. Washer, lock, (2) Figure 1. Passenger Footboard and Cover Assembly – 1992 and Earlier Model Vehicles For all 1993 and Later model vehicles: See Figure 2. Remove passenger footboard assembly, including footboard support (1), from mounting stud on motorcycle. This will require removing the 3/8 in. Allen screw (2) and lockwasher (3) from footboard support

HONDA VT 1100 HIGHWAY MOUNTS INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

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Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 29-01-2011

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1. Remove the parts supplied from the package and lay them out in front of you. Remove the screws from the mounts and clamps. See photo (1), notice that the two clamp halves (1A) and the two arms (1B) are the same. Notice that the two mounts (1C) are different and are machined at opposite angles. The mounts (1C) can be installed facing forward to the front of the bike as shown in photo (1) or facing to the rear of the bike as shown in photo (2) depending on how far forward you want the pegs to be located. 2. Starting on the right side choose which way you want the mount to face. Hold one of the mounts up against the frame tube. Hold one of the arms up against the mount where it bolts together. The arm should be horizontal or level when the bike is sitting up straight. If not use the mount with the opposite angle. Next while still holding the mount in place at the desired location place one of the clamps behind the mount and start the screws. Snug the screws only leaving them loose enough to make further adjustments later. Next Bolt one of the pegs loosely to the arm as shown in photo (2). Notice that there are eight dowel pin holes on the mount and seven on the back side of the arm allowing 56 possible angles or positions for the arm to be set at. Holding the arm/peg assembly up to the mount select the desired position for the arm and place one of the dowel pins supplied into the nearest set of holes on the mount and arm. Bolt the arm/peg assembly to the mount using one of the large button head Allen screws and a washer provided. Once you have the arm close to where you want it you can make fine adjustments by removing the large Allen screw, removing the arm and moving the dowel pin to the next hole in the mount. Moving the pin clockwise one hole will rotate the arm in the opposite direction approximately ½”. Likewise moving the pin counter clockwise will rotate the arm in the opposite direction. 3. Repeat this procedure on the left side. Sit on the bike. Place your feet on the highway pegs and verify that you have them set at the most comfortable position for you and that they are set the same on both sides. Tighten all bolts and screws securely

YAMAHA ROADLINER AND STRATOLINER PASSENGER FLOOBOARD RELOCATION ARMS

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Filed Under (Yamaha) by admin on 23-12-2010

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1. When installing floorboards at the same time first refer to their instructions and using the longer right side black floorboards mounting block supplied with this set of relocation arms. Leave the final floorboards mounting bolt installed loosely at this time. 2. If installing the relocation arms after installing the floorboards at an earlier date proceed as follows. 3. On the left side remove the Allen screw below the floorboards pivot and remove the floorboard from the black mounting block. Remove the dowel pins from their holes on the block. Locate the left relocation arm (stamped “L” and “R” on their backsides). On the end with the clearance hole (not threaded) Place the two dowel pins into one of the two sets of holes which are directly across from each other (180 degrees apart). Hold the arm with the dowel pins up to the mounting block. Align the dowel pins with each of the three sets of holes in the block one at a time noting the height of the opposite end of the arm where the floorboard will mount. Move the dowel pins to the other set of holes on the arm and again hold the arm with the dowel pins up to the blocks three sets of holes. Choose the set of holes in both the block and arm which will set the floorboard to the desired height and place the arm with the dowel pins onto the block. Using one of the button head Allen screws supplied bolt the arm to the block and tighten securely. 4. Locate two of the dowel pins supplied and one of the Allen screw removed earlier. Place the dowel pins into the holes of the arm which allow the floorboard to be level or parallel to the ground. Place a drop of loctite on the threads of the screw and tighten securely. Install the right floorboard in the same manner. 5. On the right side remove the floorboard from the mounting block. Remove the mounting block and replace it with the longer one supplied. Install the right arm in the same manner as the left using the set of dowel pin holes to match the height or angle of the left arm. Install the right floorboard and tighten securely. Recheck all fasteners for tightness.

Kawasaki VN2000 Passenger Floorboards/ Passenger Longboards Installation And Adjustment

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Filed Under (Kawasaki) by admin on 25-10-2010

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1. Fasten floorboard assembly to mounting bracket using supplied 3/8″ x 3/4″ bolt, flat washer and lockwasher. Do not tighten at this time (Baron recommends the use of blue Loctite on this bolt). 2. Set floorboard angle by installing flathead allen adjusting screw in the pivot bracket at the desired angle hole. Baron floorboards set to a 15-degree position has been found to be most comfortable and user friendly. Tighten flathead screw. Adjust side tilt angle by moving floorboard stop screw in or out to achieve desired angle. 3. Now fully tighten the 3/8″ bolt. Floorboard is ready for installation. Installation 1. Remove the nuts that attach your stock passenger peg mounting brackets to the frame and remove stock pegs. 2. Install your new Baron floorboards in the same location using supplied M8 mounting bolts and washers. Be sure you dont over-tighten these bolts. It is best to use Loctite when mounting. Adjustment of Floorboard Angle After Installation 1. Using a 9/16″ wrench, slightly loosen the 3/8″ bracket bolt located on the backside of the mounting bracket the floorboard is attached to. 2. Remove the small allen screw located on visible side of the cam bracket. Once this screw is removed, adjust the cam to the desired hole and insert and tighten allen screw. 3. Re-tighten 3/8″ bolt. Repeat process on both sides. NOTE: All adjustments may not be available with all exhaust systems

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