Extended FloorPans

Discussion in 'Touring Models' started by UltraNew09, Feb 29, 2012.

  1. UltraNew09

    UltraNew09 Member

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    Just ordered som HD 1" extended floor pans awhile ago, now wonderin if thats gonna be enough. I dont run the lowers as my feet get tangled in them, so, If the floorpans arent enough can I still run a bolt on extender?
     
  2. sprinklerfitter669

    sprinklerfitter669 Junior Member

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    I added these and i would like just a little more but am happy. I am 6'2".
    I also got a set of extenders to move them out an inch. I recommend these also, got them from harley goodies for i think $25
     
  3. shoeblu

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    I put the 1inch extenders on rkc and work well anymore than that you may have issues in turns..
     
  4. Haywire

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  5. Iceman24

    Iceman24 Well-Known Member

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    1" is actually alot of space when it comes to foot/floorboard clearance...going out much more could result in scraping during turns, angles, etc...give the 1" a try - they should work well for your situation.
     
  6. UltraNew09

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    Yea got the new pans in, just waiting on brake pedal and gear shifter.
     
  7. UltraNew09

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    What brand of exteneded pedal and shift lever? Im over whelmed with the options. Softbrake, Walter's, H-D,,,,,. Anyone care to share opinions and pics?
     
  8. Dr. Dolittle

    Dr. Dolittle Experienced Member Staff Member Moderator Contributor

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    Got my extended shift levers from Walters and they're awesome quality.
     
  9. UltraNew09

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    Softbrake positions it higher, Walter's position it lower and out further. I can't seem to make my mind up on it, LOL.
     
  10. UltraNew09

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    I orignally had it in my mind to get the Walter's brake pedal and shift lever, but I keep finding more brands with different positions.