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Had one when I had Boards on the 1500. Actually liked it. When I changed to Iso-wings I bagged it, don't mind regular shifter but then again don't have your issue.

Summing it up: Liked Heel/toe shifter. It should help you with your issue. I'm sure some guys will chime in about warranties on your transmission & all that. Just One Ole Fossil's opinion.
 

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The more forward seating position of the 1800 did not lend itself to comfortable use of a heal/toe shifter AND floorboards. My knees are bent to much. 6'2'', 32" inseam.
 

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Floor boards and heel toe shifter on my 1500 and love it. The pegs made me knees hurt.
Not sure about the 1800.
From the Northwest Corner
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I had one on my 08 and loved it, kept the toes of my boots from getting all messed up also :)
 

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6'2" 32" inseam and love mine. Actually it is a heel heel shifter for me. The boards give me more room to move around. My hwy boards are set so I can bridge from the foot bd to the hwy bd and an extention on the brake pdl allows me to get to it easier.
 

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I love mine too as I am also short in the stride. Think you'll like it.
 

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Mine was a bit sticky for a while, but it's great after some fine tuning. Only reason I haven't put boards on my '09 is I don't like the idea of the side stand being awkwards to reach. Never had any isues with the 1200 when I had the Markland set on it, and didn't have h/t or boards on the 1500.
 
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