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    Default Ryker floorboards

    We have the mounts done and hope to get some testing in this week. They turned out really nice and fit the look of the bike well.

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    They do look good! The question I have is do you still have the tool-less adjustability of board forward and back, and also brake pedal height?
    In the pictures it looks like the pedal and board will interfere with each other, not allowing adjustment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michaelscs View Post
    They do look good! The question I have is do you still have the adjustability of board forward and back, and also brake pedal height?
    In the pictures it looks like the pedal and board will interfere with each other, not allowing adjustment.
    Yes are are still adjustable and the brake peddle is adjustable from the factory. Just pull out and rotate it where you need it.

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    Glad to see you’ve been busy Lamont. I’m wondering if u can make a cheaper/better windshield, hand protectors, splash guards and those “A Arm protectors”. But I still think an upgraded seat & passenger seat will be a home run. That seems to be the most expensive add on from BRP. Keep up the good work, I can’t wait to own a Rally, gonna Buy one right after I buy an enclosed trailer, no extra room in my garage.

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    Default Very Nice....

    They do suit the ryker to a tee....I'm sure there will be a waiting list for those...
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    Newb poster here. Thanks for posting that. I noticed in the Operators Guide on p.27, they show a picture of the brake being able to be pull out (away from the bike) but the accompanying text doesn't really mention what your supposed to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lamonster View Post
    We have the mounts done and hope to get some testing in this week. They turned out really nice and fit the look of the bike well.

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    Hey Lamonster, are the floor boards rubber coated? Thanks, cueman

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    Quote Originally Posted by cueman View Post
    Hey Lamonster, are the floor boards rubber coated? Thanks, cueman
    No, they are powder coated. These are the smaller boards we use on the F3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lamonster View Post
    Yes are are still adjustable and the brake peddle is adjustable from the factory. Just pull out and rotate it where you need it.

    I'm familiar with how the adjustment works with the stock pegs. My question was, with your boards, it doesn't look like you can lift board high enough because it looks like it will hit the brake pedal, not allowing it to be loose enough to move. Also, it looks like you can't pull the brake pedal out far enough to rotate because it will hit the board. These questions are based on how it looks in your pictures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michaelscs View Post
    I'm familiar with how the adjustment works with the stock pegs. My question was, with your boards, it doesn't look like you can lift board high enough because it looks like it will hit the brake pedal, not allowing it to be loose enough to move. Also, it looks like you can't pull the brake pedal out far enough to rotate because it will hit the board. These questions are based on how it looks in your pictures.
    I'll have these in hand tomorrow. You may have to adjust the brake after you put the board where you want it. Either way it can be done, just may take an extra step.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lamonster View Post
    I'll have these in hand tomorrow. You may have to adjust the brake after you put the board where you want it. Either way it can be done, just may take an extra step.
    I look forward to seeing a video of the adjustments with your boards installed!

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    That is going to be a big seller. The stock pegs are a bit short(?) and their end digs into your shoe if you aren't wearing boots. Is the board angle adjustable?

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    Those do look sweet! Ballpark pricing? Hopefully not too painful

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    Those are what I am looking for. When will they be available? Will you also have an installation video?
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    Those look nice. That would be a must have item if I had a ryker. The current pegs are the worse things that I have seen on a 2 or 3 wheeler, ever! You will sell a lot of those. Keep up the good work. Continue to get better and be blessed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lamonster View Post
    We have the mounts done and hope to get some testing in this week. They turned out really nice and fit the look of the bike well. Any side view of Ryker floorboards pic. down level with bike

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    Any side view of Ryker floorboards pic. down level with bike to see angle of board

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    Did some install and test fitting today and we’re going to change it up just a bit. The boards will rotate forward and back as needed. Our large boards will work too if you’re long legged. Our highway brackets will work too. All in all I’m very happy with these.


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    Lamont, thanks for your latest update and pictures. These pictures reaffirm my question. How can you take advantage of the adjustment of the board fore and aft, and rotation of the brake pedal for height? Do you need to remove the board temporarily, flip up the clamp and adjust the mount fore and aft and/or adjust your brake pedal height, and then remount your board?

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    Hey Lamonster, I want the small ones. cueman

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    Same as long as they are afordable!

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    Shut up and take my money

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michaelscs View Post
    Lamont, thanks for your latest update and pictures. These pictures reaffirm my question. How can you take advantage of the adjustment of the board fore and aft, and rotation of the brake pedal for height? Do you need to remove the board temporarily, flip up the clamp and adjust the mount fore and aft and/or adjust your brake pedal height, and then remount your board?
    Now that I have them in hand you are correct. This would be the process.

    -> Adjust pegs where you would normally ride.
    -> Flip up stock peg and move brake pedal all the way up and lock in.
    -> Remove stock peg
    -> Install new cam over bracket
    -> Cam down with tool to be determined
    -> Bolt up new floorboard or peg

    Like any other Spyder or bike you most likely move it one time and that's it. The floorboard gives you much more room to move your feet so it would be better than a peg for that reason. If you think you're going to move it all the time this is not for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lamonster View Post
    Now that I have them in hand you are correct. This would be the process.

    -> Adjust pegs where you would normally ride.
    -> Flip up stock peg and move brake pedal all the way up and lock in.
    -> Remove stock peg
    -> Install new cam over bracket
    -> Cam down with tool to be determined
    -> Bolt up new floorboard or peg

    Like any other Spyder or bike you most likely move it one time and that's it. The floorboard gives you much more room to move your feet so it would be better than a peg for that reason. If you think you're going to move it all the time this is not for you.
    Thanks for describing the mounting process and confirming my adjustment concerns. I really like the look and idea of your boards, but we're looking at purchasing a Ryker for my wife that I would also drive occasionally. I'm 6'4" and she's 5'4", so the quick adjustment is a big plus for us.
    Can you suggest a larger than stock peg that will allow use of the quick adjust feature?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michaelscs View Post
    Thanks for describing the mounting process and confirming my adjustment concerns. I really like the look and idea of your boards, but we're looking at purchasing a Ryker for my wife that I would also drive occasionally. I'm 6'4" and she's 5'4", so the quick adjustment is a big plus for us.
    Can you suggest a larger than stock peg that will allow use of the quick adjust feature?
    The stock peg is longer than most. We can add pegs to our adapter but it won't be any longer than stock.

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