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Old September 21st, 2010, 09:01 PM   #1
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My Feet Can't Find the levers!

I have a 1098s, I would like to replace both the gear shifter and rear brake lever with a much larger foot levers. I have large feet and every time I ride I can't find them!!! I am looking for something really cool looking and practical. Please let!!!

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Old September 21st, 2010, 09:09 PM   #2
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I have a 1098s, I would like to replace both the clutch and rear brake lever with a much larger foot levers. I have large feet and every time I ride I can't find them!!! I am looking for something really cool looking and practical. Please let!!!
im confused....it took me a while to reach the clutch lever with my feet...but once you get use to it..
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he is speaking my language Marlon, LOL try Woodcraft and sato
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sorry, I meant gear shifter.
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Old September 22nd, 2010, 03:15 PM   #5
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Old September 22nd, 2010, 03:33 PM   #6
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ok I thought I would get help from this forum from fellow Ducati enthusiasts. I didn't know it was full of wise asses and people with no common sense. If I have offended anyone who does not fall into this category, I'm sorry. If you can help I would appreciate it. If you just want to post some dumb ass reply "Ba fa culo".
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ok I thought I would get help from this forum from fellow Ducati enthusiasts. I didn't know it was full of wise asses and people with no common sense. If I have offended anyone who does not fall into this category, I'm sorry. If you can help I would appreciate it. If you just want to post some dumb ass reply "Ba fa culo".
Wed69,

It's ok man, some of the members kid around.

There are many aftermarket rearset choices out there to help you.

Many of the popular choices are:

Sato's
Woodcraft
Acculign
LiteTech
Metal Tech
Vortex
Ducati Performance
Gilles
Rizoma
CRG
SpeedyMoto
NCR

Now the question is which one is right for you, and how much your checkbook can afford.
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Old September 22nd, 2010, 04:18 PM   #8
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I am looking for quality, light, dependable. How do I know which is for me? Check book can afford 1000. Please let me know.
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I am looking for quality, light, dependable. How do I know which is for me? Check book can afford 1000. Please let me know.
looking for folding pegs or sold mount pegs?
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acculign quality, light but none of Wa11 lists above are dependable maybe DP rearset fold up.
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what sup, call you yesterday for DP quick shifter never get back to me bud. When do you have it in for me?
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acculign quality, light but none of Wa11 lists above are dependable maybe DP rearset fold up.
Metal Tech are WSBK quality, they are pricey but very very nice and have held up through WSBK this year. Have pretty big shifter and brake tips too which is what the guy is asking for...
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solid, do you have a link?
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what sup, call you yesterday for DP quick shifter never get back to me bud. When do you have it in for me?
lol... sorry we are hosting a trackday and I have been running around trying to get it squared away next wednesday... I'm calling you right now
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I am looking for quality, light, dependable. How do I know which is for me? Check book can afford 1000. Please let me know.
Acculign or Sato's would be my recommendation to you.

Lucky for you Nick.kister (look above) has a great deal for you on a set of Acculign's.

Wait Phil, I said DP...
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