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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 01-26-2016, 03:05 PM Thread Starter
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Extended Floorboards and Brake Pedal

I'm thinking of buying the "Extended" Floorboards and the Brake Pedal for my 2004 Road Glide. I am 6' 3" and I have a 35" inseam. I have found the Glide to be a little cramped and thought this might help.

Anybody have any experience with these Harley parts?

I have a bundle of "Points" from the dealership that comes to around $250.00 and thought this would be a great addition.
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Check out tall boys cycle floorboard relocation brackets tallboyscycles.com or kuryakyn floorboard relocation brackets, 1" out & 1" forward, can also be used with Harley extended floorboards.
I also recommend walters workshop extended shifter arm waltersworkshop.com & softbrake.com or
E-ZBrake.com for extended brake levers.


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I have the kuryakyn board relocators. Love them. I'm considering the Es-brake as well

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x2 on the tall boys cycle brackets. i came off a fat bob with forwards to a 15 road glide and the stock board location was really bothering my hips at 6'4. got the brackets and a +3 brake pedal from softbrake. very comfy now.
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Thanks for the input.
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a little more roomy....

I used the Kuryakyn floorboard brackets (moves 'em 1" up & 1" out), the Kuryakyn extended shift lever and the brake lever. I'm 6'6" and wear size 14 boots. The Kuryakyn brake lever puts the pad further out and lower. To install it I had to loosen the lower fairing support in order to rotate the lever onto the shaft. Just for comfort I also permanently removed the vents to prevent my toes from hitting them. I also removed the heel shifter lever to make room for my big feet! If you use the Kuryakyn heel shift eliminator it also moves the shifter out a little. It works for me.
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Can anybody share pics of the kury's and the tall-boys installed? Also looking to relocate. Thanks.
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Can anybody share pics of the kury's and the tall-boys installed? Also looking to relocate. Thanks.
Second that thanks in advance.
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Kury 1 and 1 on the floorboards and the kury extended break pedal. Don't have any before pics to do an exact comparison but you can compare to your position. Both work just fine with lowers.


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Thanks that looks good it looks like it laid the break pedal down closers to the floor boards in the end. Is that the case or just the pic.

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