Floorboard extensions

Discussion in 'Touring Models' started by Redfish-Joe, Sep 6, 2011.

  1. Redfish-Joe

    Redfish-Joe Senior Member

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    I put a set of 1" extensions on my Road Glide today. My foot placement seems natural now. Before my feet were off the boards a little on each side. If this is something you are thinking about doing I'd recommend it.

    Soo-Kits $39.00 with free shipping.
     
  2. 67wizard

    67wizard Junior Member

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    Do they drag on the ground on sharp turns ? That would be my concern.
     
  3. kiwihog

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    I put the kuryakyn ones on my FLTRUSE 1" forward and 1" out works great and havnt scraped em yet moved my feet away from the Kiln that is the cat
     
  4. HawkPilot

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    I installed the spacers from Harley Goodies. Boards haven't scraped the ground yet.
     
  5. bavery

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    No scraping here either. Just more comfort and feel safer because of easier access to the brake pedal. Love the Harley Goodies spacers.
     
  6. Dr. Dolittle

    Dr. Dolittle Experienced Member Staff Member Moderator Contributor

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    Like previous posters, i love my extenders and since I ride like an old granny, scraping is not a problem for me!
     
  7. Old Mike

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    The quality of the Harley Goodies extenders is first class, they have never scraped the ground and they give me lots of extra room for my big feet!
     
  8. Redfish-Joe

    Redfish-Joe Senior Member

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    I have not scraped the 11 yet. It was a normal occurrence on the 08. The reason, I think the 11 has an 18" front wheel vrs the 16" on the 08.
     
  9. rklew

    rklew Active Member

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    I scraped the other day, no big deal.
     
  10. Nuke99

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    I purchased the Harley Goodies chrome version for CVOs. Free shipping. I love them and haven't scraped yet. But I probably will in a tight parking lot turn. As long as they are lubricated, they will pop up, so should not be a problem. You'll need a long 3/8 wobble Allen socket wrench for the right rear bolt. Otherwise, an easy install.