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Looking for options after i remove the heel shifter. i saw the plain Kuryakyn one. Are there any other options? Thanks.
 

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I use the HD one.
 

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HD here to , thinketh it was about $15

guy on here when the forum first started had some he CNC'd that fit to the inside where the shifter was to the outside of the shaft , had one of those on the other RG and liked it better because it pushed the shifter out a bit further

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HD one here. It's been on for years with no problems.
Removing the heel shifter gave me a lot more room on the floor boards, I never had a problem with the toe shifter wearing a hole in my riding boots.
 

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HD one here. It's been on for years with no problems.
Removing the heel shifter gave me a lot more room on the floor boards, I never had a problem with the toe shifter wearing a hole in my riding boots.
+1 and if I remember correctly the HD one was less than $20
 

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Guess I'm the cheap bastard on the forum. I took the rubber off the heel shifter peg, cut the rubber to length and slid it on the splined shaft then put the toe shifter on. Works fine and costs nothing.
 

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cover shift spline

Duraglide, thats a great use of an old rubber peg, creative, i like it. :)

I removed my heel shift the moment that the beast entered the garage, couldn't stand it. I have the HD cover and it works well.
 

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I think heel shifting is more responsive as well , but I'd rather have more room on the floorboard

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Another cheapster here. I took the shaft out and flipped it so only one set of splines were on the foot side. No extra hanging out and works great.
 
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