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I prototyped and fabricated a Heel/Toe shifter for my RT-S as I missed this feature from my last motorcycle which was a Honda Shadow A.C.E. Tourer.
It mounts to the existing shifter, works well, and doesn't look to bad either.
If anyone is interested I have a pattern or can make a few.
PM me for more information or contact me at [email protected]
C-YA RL
 

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wow.. I ordered a ram mount from black widow about 2 weeks ago which they said was in stock, and they finally said they would ship it next tuesday?... I was wondering, why not ship it today?....

Then earlier this week I ordered a heel shifter from Inspector gadget and it arrived today.... He manufactured it, painted it, and shipped it to me the same week? What is wrong with this picture?

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Hey....can you invent some reasonably priced highway pegs/floorboards? The ones I have seen appear WAY overpriced for what they are. You could sell many sets just to members here, I would guess.
 

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Hey....can you invent some reasonably priced highway pegs/floorboards? The ones I have seen appear WAY overpriced for what they are. You could sell many sets just to members here, I would guess.
I have already. Please see the URL below. I had it posted on SpyderLovers, but the site administrator deleted my posts about it as one of his sponsors compained. I guess they didn't want any competition---especially with the price difference. It seems like it was all about money with that administrator, not about the spyder community.
PhotoPost Classifieds - Highway Footrests - Powered by PhotoPost Classifieds
You can contact me direct at [email protected] for more details.
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you didn't tell me about these.... what are they made of?
Sorry Dave,
Same 3/16" flat plate aluminum as the H/T shifter, with the same rubberized tape as the H/T footpad on the top of the footrests. SS screws, and there is an additional anchoring point. A small amount of cutting and fitting is required, but the additional screw gives me peice of mind when using the footrests.
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