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looking to see who all has removed the rear brake master heel guard. i pulled all the other stuff, pegs heat shields etc. off and am getting ready to install a gcraft res. looking at it no real reason to put it back on to me.
 

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can you8 send it too me for replication then?

i will trade you for a one off maybe to go with your G-craft?
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trust me on this but put back the heelguard

i personally know a cat who managed to snap off his G-Craft with his well-heeled Sidis soon after he took it off coz it didn't match his black Satos
if the look bothers you that much, get a home powder coat kit from Sears and use that instead
 

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Another thing, if you have stock rearsets, which it sounds like you do, you will have to put spacers between the resets and the frame to move it out a little bit because the stock rearsets flex enough for the g-craft to come into contact with the swingarm.
 

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Another thing, if you have stock rearsets, which it sounds like you do, QUOTE]

not sure how you came up with this conclusion from the original post.

but i do have Sato's on the bike.

is it not actually the color since i have silver Sato's, it is just the look of it. maybe a carbon on is in order.

thanks for the info. this is why i like this site. lots of people who have tried many differnet things and can share there success'and failures.
 

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Another thing, if you have stock rearsets, which it sounds like you do, QUOTE]

not sure how you came up with this conclusion from the original post.

but i do have Sato's on the bike.

is it not actually the color since i have silver Sato's, it is just the look of it. maybe a carbon on is in order.

thanks for the info. this is why i like this site. lots of people who have tried many differnet things and can share there success'and failures.
Just an assumption, and I guess I was wrong. I was thinking you were using stock because many aftermarket rearsets come with heel guards and most people use them.
 
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