Anyone have this peg fix?


10 replies to this topic
  • MindBlower

Posted September 07, 2006 - 05:59 AM

#1

http://69.20.48.188/...EWPROD&ProdID=9

  • motochris

Posted September 07, 2006 - 09:36 AM

#2

I have the Animal House Designs fix.....looks like the same thing to me.....only the AHD fix is only $75. Probably because he's not giving a cut to Johnny Cambell.
http://www.animalhou...et/products.htm

  • Boudroux

Posted September 07, 2006 - 10:19 AM

#3

Here is a second vote for Animal House. It is a very nice piece and my right foot feels much safer now. Kritter is the screen name of the guy who is behind Animal House designs.

  • Bigmutha

Posted September 07, 2006 - 02:49 PM

#4

I have the Animal House fix also. Works great.

  • NAW

Posted September 08, 2006 - 01:08 AM

#5

After researching via the AHD designs threads that appear throughout this website - I took what i thought was the quick and easy way and ordered it from 1x Int., along with the billet choke plate. The plate was to prevent what I think is the one-in-10,000 chance of the motor sucking in the plastic stock version. (Hey - I wore 2 condoms once with this one really fast girl - so? Pays to be safe if you're gonna be fast?)

Long story short on my nearly 6 week old order - My C.Card has been charged over a month. I have no parts yet. They are in stock according to my conversation with Robby Bells mom, who just might answer if you call down there. (Seriously - no disrepect intended) My order was looked up by my name, each call, to update me. There was some delay getting the plate - to be expected when you farm out machine work - but the plate came in over 2 weeks ago - according to 1x, many apologies from them each time. I was told they "REALLY HAVE TO SEE WHAT HAPPENED" why the parts did not ship - because "THEY REALLY SHOULD HAVE GONE OUT."

My last nice phone call will be tomorrow. Granted I was not the "Squeakiest wheel" calling them every day as my bike is on the stand until next Friday - but they already cashed out on my CC - so should I have to call all the time?

I don't want to be too negative towards 1x - I'm sure they are busy. Also they lead they way through big bore land. BUT - &%$#@!? I still trust the empire is not built on screwing the little guys! We'll see after I get on the horn tomorrow and see what's up.

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  • motopsycho650

Posted September 08, 2006 - 06:49 AM

#6

Did you guys really have an issue with the stock peg? I know the bolts can fall out, mine did when I first got it, but a little blue lock tight, and I haven't had a problem with it falling off. Is it prone to breaking?

  • NAW

Posted September 08, 2006 - 07:17 AM

#7

Mine broke off at start of a ride - but it was on the first outing after it got knocked off the stand and landed on cement. The replacement bolts have been tight. I'm not exactly a small rider either. So it's hard to say. Perhaps it's mental - but I would hate to be the guy who tests the theory.

  • NAW

Posted September 08, 2006 - 01:08 PM

#8

For the record, 1x Int. sent me a tracking no. today. The order is on the way. Let you know what I think of the peg once it's installed.

  • loufish

Posted September 08, 2006 - 07:29 PM

#9

I did my own mod, same as Campbells for my bike and since I was cutting metal & welding up my peg, I did a friend of mine...For the newer guys, the bolts tend to stretch, so Loc-Tite isn't the answer.
I went thru several bolts, and the above friend had his break off while landing from a jump, he was lucky and didn't get hurt but after that it was time to do the mod on both bikes.

  • JKL

Posted September 09, 2006 - 01:25 PM

#10

My fixed peg is on the way from Animal House.
After crashing I noticed my pegbolts were bent. The metal in the bolt has weakened and will eventually fail, likely when landing a jump or when there is a lot of stress on it.
The peg takes most of the hit when wiping out which eventually causes bolt failure - my theory.

  • DanMc

Posted September 10, 2006 - 06:46 AM

#11

Here's what I did-
I used a reamer to take the front bolt hole up to a tap in fit for a 7/16 bolt. The hole in the footpeg bracket was perfect as it was. I used a bolt longer than needed so the threads are far away from the mount. Put a washer and locknut on and you're done.

Dan





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