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New Floorboard relocator

I was going through the new Dennis Kirk catalog and found a new item. It is a floorboard relocator made by Covington Customs. It appears to be a very good design in that it moves the floorboards (both sides) and the master cylinder and brake pedal forward by 3 inches and out by 5/8 inch.

FLOORBOARD RELOCATORS, 2014, BLACK, C1331-B, Covington's Custom Bagger Parts.

I'm wondering if anyone has tried this product?

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if your on the tall side & need a bit more leg room it's worth it
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Unfortunately, moving those boards forward is pricey no matter how it's done. I like the way that this company did it.
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What I'm wondering is whether a new brake hose is needed when moving the rear master cylinder forward.

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$350 isn't that bad. I did mine with Kuryakyn parts. By the time I got the brackets, extended brake lever, extended shift lever and extra long shift peg I was prety close to $300. And mine only moved an inch up & out.
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