I was seriously considering extending my footboards for accommodating my big feet. Typically I ride two-up and with conservative cornering I never had a problem with anything scraping. This week I had the opportunity to ride solo and really carve some corners. Twice already I have ground the right footboard into the pavement. The worst was on an offramp cloverleaf and stuck it good, it even affected my line through the corner and scared the bejezzes out of me. Getting back to the garage I went to assess the damage. Looking under the footboard I discovered a considerable amount of metal missing. Most of the asphalt machining must have previously been done by the cops, but I’m sure I took a bit more off myself. Even the mounting bracket underneath was ground down, reference the pic. How do you guys that installed footboard spacers handle the reduced corning clearance?