HARLEY DAVIDSON ANGLED HIGHWAY PEG MOUNTING KIT INSTALLATION MANUAL

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Filed Under (Harley Davidson) by admin on 19-02-2011

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INSTALLATION Position footpegs so rider can operate foot controls without interference. Failure to have full access to foot controls can cause loss of control, which could result in death or serious injury. (00313a) Mount the footpegs so they will not strike the ground during cornering. Foopegs striking the ground during cornering can cause loss of control, resulting in death or serious injury. (00458b) 1. Determine what height on the engine guard you prefer for the final mounting of the footpeg mounts. Mark location, if desired. 2. See Figure 2. Obtain the mounting clamp (11) from kit. Position the clamp halves around the engine guard at the desired height and install with hinge pin head facing upward. The “cogged” face of the clamp should face the extension arm. 3. Obtain the washer (5), screw (8) and one of the angled arms (11) (long or short depending on kit number) from kit. Using the screw, align and install the angled arm with washer (5) positioned between the clamp “ears”. 4. See Figure 1. Position the angled arm such that footpeg will pivot upward and toward the rear of the motorcycle. Do not tighten completely at this time. 2 3 4 1 is 02264 1. Clamp 2. Extension arm 3. Screw 4. Hinge pin Figure 1. Engine Guard Footpeg Mounting (Shown Installed with Footpeg) NOTE The footpeg will be a tight fit if the D-spring washer is installed correctly. 5. Refer to Figure 1 and Figure 2. Obtain the footpeg (sold separately), D-spring washer (10) and screw (7) from kit. Install the D-spring washer so it is positioned inside the footpeg mount (arm) with the square “D” edge towards the inside of the mount. Hold the washer in place and slide the footpeg into position. Install the screw and tighten footpeg screw to 19 ft-lbs (26 Nm). 6. Note the two small tapped holes on the back side of the footpeg mount clevis area. Install the setscrew to the lower of the two holes. The angle of the footpeg is adjusted by running the set screw in and out. Repeat Steps 1 through 6 for the opposite side. 7. Position the footpeg assemblies so they are at equal heights and symmetrical. Securely tighten each assembly until it cannot be rotated on the engine guard with reasonable foot pressure but do not exceed 55-60 ft-lbs (75-81 Nm) on item 8

Ridley Auto-Glide Installation Manual

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Filed Under (Ridley) by admin on 01-11-2010

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Place motorcycle in a secure upright position 2) Remove saddle bags (if applicable) 3) Remove rear fender mounting bolts (3 each side) 4) Tap indicated rear fender mounting holes with a 3/8″ – 16 tap. (2 holes each side) It is highly recommended that cutting/tap oil is used. Use care when tapping holes. Be certain to tap holes completely through. 5) Ensure 2 large attachment bolts are tight. 6) Attach Bracket C (left) and Bracket D (right) to rear fender rail. Use new bolts provided on outer tapped holes (2) and one of the longer original bolts for center hole. Place one washer between brackets C & D and rear fender rail on each bolt. (3 each side) Place washer and thin nut on inside of rear fender on new bolts (2 each side) These replace original fender washers. It may be necessary to reattach saddle bag attachment hardware when attaching brackets C and D. All saddle bag hardware should be attached to the OUTSIDE of brackets C and D. 7) Attach front of Bracket A (left) and B (right) to existing hole in motorcycle frame just above swing arm pivot. 8) Attach rear of bracket A (left) B (right) to TOP of forward hitch arms. Snug bracket A and B attachment bolts at this time. 10) Attach top of Bracket E (left) and F (right) to outside of lower tabs on bracket C & D. 11) Attach bottom of brackets E and F to top of rear hitch plate. 12) Tighten bolts at this time. Use caution not to over tighten and strip tapped holes in rear fender rail. Bracket Identification