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Ciao Ducatisti

I let the dealer install the enduro footpegs. First i didn't notice, but after a while of riding, my knee started to hurt and after a closer look i recognized, that the right footpeg is not even, instead it's even looking a bit to the back.
I looked up the PDF but i can't find any way to adjust the footpeg.
Does anyone know a way? Other than buying adjustable footpegs...?



Thanks and ride safe,
Holger
 

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My left side footpeg was the same way. I adjusted mine by removing the large black aluminum part that the footpeg is attached to. You can then access the nut that holds the footpeg on; loosen it, rotate the peg, then retighten the nut. It is a pain to remove the black aluminum part, but not all that bad.
 

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My left side footpeg was the same way. I adjusted mine by removing the large black aluminum part that the footpeg is attached to. You can then access the nut that holds the footpeg on; loosen it, rotate the peg, then retighten the nut. It is a pain to remove the black aluminum part, but not all that bad.
Thanks, i'll try that!
 

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I went and looked at those same footrests on my bike, I just installed them but did not notice that the right side was like that. I just put an open end wrench on the clevis, and torqued it some more. I was able to rotate it clockwise to pitch it downward. Took 60 seconds.
 
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