Does anyone use anything on the shifter peg to keep their boot from getting scuffs?
This will work, lot's of Sport Bike Gay's use em! I mean Sport Bike Guy's use em! :joke: Seriously this is what your after.
At least he did give you a good solution, along with some humor. You have to be carefull what you ask for, you may just get it.Rick Mays....wrote.....Do what I did. Get yourself a 22 Rifle, preferably a 22 Long Rifle. Go out to the edge of the Woods, take your Boots off. Cause you don't want them getting scuffed up running through the woods, just go barefoot. Now hunt you down a Little Bitty Bunny Rabbit, shoot it, take it's skin off and wrap some of that Little Bitty Bunny Rabbits Fluffy Fur around your Shifter Peg and Walla!:joke:
Hey smartA$$, from time to time I like to ride to work in my $300.00 boots that I'd rather not have the top of the left one scuffed up. Otherwise I'm in my 'riding boots' and don't mind it at all.
Thanks been a big help. Actually I didn't realize you could use a heel/toe shifter without floorboards......(that ought to really bring out the S/A replies)....I've got Kuryakyn pegs and I went to their site and looked at their deal. Looks like it works. Daily rider, you get that bursh perfected let me know I might try it. Thanks