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2019 Fury. Blue on Blue. 8Deg Tree, 3" extension, Baron Air, Road Burner pipes, All LED Lights, Guhl
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Don't know where you live ? But here in Desmoines IA we a couple real good Acupuncture places. I personally know a person that was carried in to an Acupuncturist with bed ridden RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS. 4 Months later she was back working. They can't fix everything but they can do alot. If you are in California. I think insurance has to pay for it. Keep up the fight.
I'm in Daytona Florida and I will look into this for sure. Thank you 😊
 
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What brand foot controls? Are they stock position? I like the plate. Not huge and not small.
They are one of the styles that I fabricate. I move the foot peg forward .75 and down .50. I make them to be used with the HD clevises so any foot get can be mounted. The material I used on those are .75 6061 aluminum. I use various thicknesses, depending on what anyone wants.
 

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Diggin those peg plates! One question tho. Did the highway peg instruction specifically say to put the bolt/nut on in that direction? If so, awesome. If not, then I'd suggest flipping them. It may seem like a small detail, but if on the rare possibility that the nut backs off in that orientation, the bolt will fall out and you'll lose a peg. If you flip it, then the nut would fall off, but gravity will keep the bolt in place and you won't instantly lose your peg...

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Removed some parking pass stickers from the forks from the previous owner.
De-badged the rear fender.
Removed the passenger seat pad.

Question: I used the two washers from the passenger seat to fill the gap. What are you guys doing? View attachment 241312
I used those push pins for auto interior. Hit it with some 800 and clear coat.
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Diggin those peg plates! One question tho. Did the highway peg instruction specifically say to put the bolt/nut on in that direction? If so, awesome. If not, then I'd suggest flipping them. It may seem like a small detail, but if on the rare possibility that the nut backs off in that orientation, the bolt will fall out and you'll lose a peg. If you flip it, then the nut would fall off, but gravity will keep the bolt in place and you won't instantly lose your peg...

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Yes, first picture was incorrectly mounted. Second pic showed it correctly. Good observation. 👍
 

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Re Coated exhaust and added a couple DEI heat shields to the pipes. All so DEI reflect-a-cool on the clutch cover. That's not perfect but it covers the melted part from the previous owner laying her down.

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Fixed left rear signal, broken wire.
While I was back there I installed another run & brake light. Mounted with seat screw in fender, really bright LED. And finally mounted and connected LED gear indicator. Pics of completed job.
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Gear indicator mounted to front signal.
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I can see it perfectly on right side signal.
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