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Old 02-21-2011, 02:09 PM   #1
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Custom Brake Pedal or generic alternatives

Ok so the 675 I just bought ('09 Daytona 675) was laid down by the PO, brake pedal end snapped off, only the toe peg part, the lever is still there.

First thing i looked at was the OEM replacement. (#13 on there.)

Stupid. Not paying $90 for a freakin pedal. So now I looked for alternatives, but beings how this is a semi-exotic it is seriously hard to find aftermarket parts for it, and even longer to order something for it most of the time.

Thats the closest thing i could find but they don't have one specifically for the 675, just Suzuki/Yamaha/Honda... Nobody has anything lol..

Anyway I'm wondering if this stuff is essentially the same..
1)Will a pedal from a different bike fit?
2)Can I weld a toe piece on to the end instead of replacing it?
3)Are there any alternatives?
4)Am i doomed to buying the OEM sham and waiting weeks for it to ship?

I looked for Folding and Adjustable pedals but no one has anything for the Triumphs, i'm guessing because there isnt much demand for them and/or they havent had a donor bike to take measurements on. I figured since I had the lever still there that welding something onto the end for my foot to catch wouldnt be too hard to do. I do not want to buy rearsets.
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