Installation Instructions Highway Mounts for Engine Guards

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Filed Under (Harley Davidson) by admin on 29-01-2011

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Loosely assemble the mount and clamp onto the engine guard tube. Without lowers the arm may be mounted on the inside or outside of the crash bar, with lowers it must be mounted on the outside only. Next assemble the bolt, washer, arm & locking pin as shown. Note: You may want the arms to lean outward slightly to give more room for your legs around the fairing lowers. Tighten the front screws securely.(side without the gap) Then the rear. Adjusting the arm angle. Notice that there are 8 locking pin holes in the mount and 7 in the arm. By leaving the pin in the mount and rotating the arm to its next hole will move the arm 50 deg. When you get close to the desired angle you may make adjustments in 5 deg. increments by moving the pin to the next hole in both the mount and the arm. Moving to the next set of holes clockwise will move the arm counter clockwise 5 deg. Moving the pin to the next set of holes counter clockwise will move the arm clockwise 5 deg. This will provide 72 different mounting angles total. Install the large bolt and washer, tighten securely and install your pegs or hi-way boards . Note: When installing boards put the lock or star washer between the board and the arm to prevent them from rotating under heavy pressure.

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

SUZUKI M109 ADJUSTABLE HIGHWAY PEG MOUNTS Installation Instructions

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Filed Under (Suzuki) by admin on 29-12-2010

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1. Starting on the left side of the motorcycle remove the two 14mm bolts that attach the left foot peg and shifter mounting bracket to the frame. Locate the longer two of the (4) supplied mounting bolts supplied, place a lock washer first and then a washer on each. Locate the left curved main mount (it will have its polished chrome side and the circle of dowel pin holes facing outward when installed on the left side). Place the bolts thru the bolts thru the holes in the mount the slide a spacer (supplied) over each bolt. Place the mount with the bolts and spacers thru the holes of the foot peg and shifter mounting bracket removed earlier and thread the bots into the frame then tighten securely 2. Repeat this procedure on the right side using the remaining shorter bolts, lock washers, washers, mount and spacers and again tighten securely. 3. Again starting on the left side install one of the dowel pins supplied into any of the holes in the mount, place one of the remaining mounting arms (they are the same left and right) onto the dowel pin that is closest to the position you want the arm to be in. Place one of the washers onto the large allen screws then thru the finished side of the arm and thread it into the center hole of the mount. 4. Repeat this procedure on the right side. Loosely install the foot peg set you have selected onto the arms. Sit on the motorcycle to see if you are comfortable with the position you have chosen. You can adjust the position of the arms in Ω” increments forward or back as follows. Remove the arm while leaving the pin in its hole, now move the pin to the next hole forward to rotate the arm back towards the rider Ω” or into the next hole back to rotate the arm forward Ω” and re-install the arm into the corresponding hole that is in the direction you want the arm to go. 5. Adjust the angle of the foot pegs so that they are both comfortable to your feet and will fold up and to the rear when not in use. Set the peg pivot bolts tight enough to hold the in the folded position but loose enough so that you can fold them down with your foot when you need them. Recheck all fasteners for tightness.

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.

HARLEY DAVIDSON FXD (DYNA) PASSENGER FLOOR BOARDS AND RELOCATION ARMS INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

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Filed Under (Harley Davidson) by admin on 21-12-2010

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1. Beginning on the RIGHT side, use a 9/16″ wrench to remove the bolt from the back of the passenger peg mount. Remove entire peg assembly. 2. Remove the new floorboards and mounts from their packaging. Notice the Left and Right markings on the backside of the floorboard mounting plates. 3. Install the supplied Right floorboard support (the longer one) with the round mounting face for the floorboard towards the upper-right using the supplied 7/16 x 1 º” long bolt. Apply blue Loctite to the threads. Insert the bolt from the backside where the original peg was mounted. Use a 5/8″ wrench & tighten securely. Note: If also installing with optional Relocation Arms (#FXD005-5) skip step 4 and go onto step 5. 4. Installation of Right Floorboard only. There are two sets of alignment holes on the floorboard support. Insert two of the four dowel-pins into the dowel pinholes at six and twelve o’clock. Place the right floorboard onto the mount and dowel pins so that it is parallel (horizontal) to the ground. Insert the supplied 5/16 X 1″ socket head cap screw through the floorboard mount & thread into the floorboard support. Use a º” hex key wrench & tighten securely. 5. Remove Right Floorboard – Installation of Right Floorboard with Relocation Arm. There are two sets of alignment holes on the floorboard support. Insert two of the four dowel pins into the dowel holes 180 degrees apart. Notice the L & R markings on the backside of the relocation arms. Install the Right relocation arm so marking (R) is facing inward and the threaded hole is facing toward the front of the motorcycle. There are two sets of alignment holes on the relocation arms. Place the arm onto the mount (Match dowel pin holes) in desired upper or lower position. Insert the supplied 5/16 X 1″ socket head cap screw through the relocation arm & thread into the floorboard support. Use a º” hex key wrench & tighten securely