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The foot position for the rear brake is really flat and my wife is having a time with it....has anyone found a pad or something that can add a little height to the pedal without modifying the entire brake pedal in order to give more leverage? IF so, can someone please post the link? Greatly appreciated.
 

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I did see someone post on here about an HD Brake "Pad" that fit the "Street", that I believe if I recall was for the Sportster.

I'm sure they will chime in with the correct part number
 
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I did see someone post on here about an HD Brake "Pad" that fit the "Street", that I believe if I recall was for the Sportster.

I'm sure they will chime in with the correct part number
Thanks brother....I thought I read somewhere on a forum....wasn't for sure if here or another...
 

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It is slightly adjustable at the turnbuckle.
I'll check it out....I've contacted DK Products to see if they'll look into manufacturing a custom one.....hopefully all of these companies I've been talking to will drum up some business from the Street owners....
 

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It is slightly adjustable at the turnbuckle.
Thanks Irie.....I adjusted it this past weekend and it really helped out....it brought it up above level (about 1/4").....she says it's a lot better now.
 

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That's the only thing that bothered me about the 750, how low the brake pad was positioned. I had the dealer adjust the height for me. That made a difference. Plus I had a aftermarket pad put on, so maybe I'll get another 1/4" or, at least, I'm hoping.
 

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Yeah....I'm going to get her the tribal ones I think.....
 
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