Author Topic: Atlas right hand foot peg  (Read 93 times)

Offline Andy J

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Atlas right hand foot peg
« on: November 14, 2017, 20:09 »
Has anyone got a spare front footpeg or know who may have some or an alternative bike that has similar footpegs? I need one having road tested mine in the wet, greasey conditions last Saturday.
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Re: Atlas right hand foot peg
« Reply #1 on: November 14, 2017, 20:16 »
Do you need just the folding part or the bracket as well?  How aout the rubbers?

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Re: Atlas right hand foot peg
« Reply #2 on: November 14, 2017, 22:30 »
Hi Piet
The folding part was bent forward, twisted and has partly broken, but the bracket seems okay. My bike, when I acquired it a couple of years ago, didn't come with any rubbers on the front foot pegs, so I wasn't aware they came with any. However, I am happy to consider buying some. What I would be more interested in, rubber wise, is the rubber that fits on the gear change lever as I have bodged one from a Yamaha onto the end, but the first attempt only lasted a few weeks.
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Re: Atlas right hand foot peg
« Reply #3 on: November 14, 2017, 23:22 »
The peg rubbers offer a little comfort for road use, but are contra-productive for off-road.  Easily fitted/removed.

I'll see what I can dig out for you.  Sorry, don't think we'll have any luck with the shifter knob...

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180s feel quick, 120s are...      If it ain't broke, fix it till it is.

"A motorcycle is a bicycle with a pandemonium attachment and is designed for the especial use of mechanical geniuses, daredevils and lunatics"  Georg Fitch 1916