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Kuryakyn ISO-Brake Pedal Pad - Harley Davidson Electra/ Road/ Street/ Tour Glide/ Road King/ Trike/ FLST Models
Reviewed by: Reborn-Bikee Lee (Lee_2061)
Reviewed for: 2004 Metallic Purple Prism 2000 Vulcan
Used for: < 1 month
Overall Rating: 4
Ease of install: 2
Would buy again: yes
Looks much better than the stock black blob of a pedal. The 2000 pedal uses a pivoted and spring-loaded pressed steel plate with indents underneath to exactly fit the 2 screws of the stock pad. It's shaped more like a tray than a pad. Nice chrome and rounded edges but darn near impossible to work with. The hole of the Kuryakyn pad is under the left of the 3 rubber pads. The rubber pad itself is left unattached with a self-adhesive backing. This hole however doesn't line up with any of the existing holes and drilling a hole to suit would mean a hole going thru an angled surface of the pedal making bolting impossible. I removed the centre rubber pad instead, drilled and countersunk a new hole under it and drilled a matching hole between the two existing holes on the brake pedal. Once bolted together, it's solid and looks great. By the way, the Kuryakyn pad is wider than the Vulcans press metal pedal and water will get under and collect inside. So I drilled a small drainage hole in the lowest point gave it a spray of WD40 before bolting together. Once you put the adhesive pad on to cover up the countersunk screw, you're not going to be able to take it apart again without difficulty.
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