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I find the stock position of the brake pedal to be too high. I have to bend my ankle uncomfortably to get my toes high enough to cover the brake or apply light pressure in slow speed maneuvers.
Does anyone see a downside in rotating the pedal so that I cover it with my foot in the normal riding position i.e. in order to brake I would have to rotate my toes down?
 

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I actually did that on my 1500. It worked fine.
 

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It is notched and you can put it in any of the locations. I don't see a problem except be careful you don't rest your foot on it and drag the brakes..
 

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Just be careful when you do it, the splined shaft is floating so you can push it too far in if you're not careful. There's not much place behind the shaft to brace it either. I just lightly tapped the pedal assembly into position with the handle of a screwdriver.
 

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That's strange, Most riders I Know think the pedal is to low, I always raise mine up a ;little or put a cover on it to get it up higher. But it can be lowered as said in the other posts.
 
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