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Old 05-25-2012, 06:53 PM
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Default cutting lt80 foot peg

i am going to cut the foot peg bracket in half and beat a piece of pipe inside of it to reconnect it.

i want to have the piece of pipe ready do any of you know the inside diameter of the foot peg bracket?

i am thinking maybe a chunk of 1' round aluminum stock. dress it up with a grinder a little for a tight stuck fit on one side and looser on the clutch side so i can pull it back off. but i dont know the size i need to pickup.

this is my first post in years my son graduated from a POS chinese honda clone youth quad to a ATC 70 he loves to death . now we just got a lt80 . what a blast. what a great bike.its got the aluminum wheels ,DG pipe. 90# jet .fiberglass reeds. front wheel spacers. we have to shave the head next

i looked into the variator last night for fun and it is hosed. cleaned it all up and put it back together .the bike still performs fine now so i know it will be better when i swap that out. rollers ,plate, and cone

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Old 05-26-2012, 08:12 AM
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Want me to send a footpeg connectot with your head?

I use 1" alum rod and lathe it down.
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Old 05-26-2012, 10:23 PM
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YES please .
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