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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-22-2013, 12:02 PM Thread Starter
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Es foot pegs

I want full floor boards on my 450s like the ones on the es. Is this possible if I buy the floor boards from an es? Will they hook up to my fenders if I remove the bottom piece ofcourse. And then will the brace for the floor mount to the frame or would it have to welded? Has neone done this maybe have a write up?
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everything you will need to know ......read it all the way through
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Almost forgot I did this project lol. Just feels like how the bike should have been from new, and to date, haven't had any issues at all.

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Thanks for doing them i know exactly how to do it. jus waiting on floorboards can decide if i should try and find some on ebay or shell out the extra cash go with new
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Thanks for doing them i know exactly how to do it. jus waiting on floorboards can decide if i should try and find some on ebay or shell out the extra cash go with new
if it works go for it, i know i was out with a friend and his woman shes gotta 300 fourtrax and a log jammed up between her foot and the foot peg and that ended the day right there, we had to get her out to a main rd so a friend in a car could come get her, had to get her bike back home, all would of been avoided if she had some floorboards.

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exactly and i know i hate how flimsy he mud flaps are espcially when backing up in deep mud
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I have done exactly this on my 450S. Got all the parts second hand, except the actual boards, which are reasonably cheap here.

Welded nuts into the frame as per the link to the post above.

Great mod - love it. It looks so much better too!

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from all the pics i have seen they look awesome i think i will get the actual boards new cus i cant find any used. but the cheapest set i could find was 79 each which isnt bad with the mounts for 25 bucks on ebay
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I have done exactly this on my 450S. Got all the parts second hand, except the actual boards, which are reasonably cheap here.

Welded nuts into the frame as per the link to the post above.

Great mod - love it. It looks so much better too!

How's the snow your direction Stu?

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from all the pics i have seen they look awesome i think i will get the actual boards new cus i cant find any used. but the cheapest set i could find was 79 each which isnt bad with the mounts for 25 bucks on ebay
Go for it, you won't regret it, and its quite straight forward to do, plus all the info is in the link anyway.

I bought everything new for mine, couldn't be ar*ed waiting to find used bits at the time, plus used bits here are very hard to find.

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