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Does anyone recognize this brake pedal pad?

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I am now in search of a replacement brake pedal pad.

During a ride this weekend the pedal pad committed suicide and leapt from the brake pedal while cruising down the highway at high speed. The actual pedal pad mount is intact, see picture below. I'll be headed down to the local MC shop in the morning to see what I can work out.

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I think you can unscrew it. Maybe find something else you like and just get a new peg. Kuryakyn is a good start. I could be mistaken but I think that one is aftermarket anyway.
 

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I think you can unscrew it. Maybe find something else you like and just get a new peg. Kuryakyn is a good start. I could be mistaken but I think that one is aftermarket anyway.
Yeah, it's definitely aftermarket (courtesy of the PO). Really liked it, until Saturday when it went bouncing down the road. Will either be looking for a pad that fits the mount, or a complete replacement (Kury, WD, etc). Was just wondering if anyone recognized this one. Can't seem to find a similar-looking one.
 

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Big bike parts? Show chrome? Ness? China?
 

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Kuryakyn's website isn't working for me, load next page just reloads same page. But I was looking.
 

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Kuryakyn's website isn't working for me, load next page just reloads same page. But I was looking.
Thanks fellas for looking and responding... I'm not super stuck on replacing the exact pad. I suspected either Kury or Show Chrome. O well, I'll have to find something I like to replace it.

I wonder if it was an older model of what's sold here?
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I suspect this is the case... The actual brake pedal mount (that remains on my bike) is definitely made to accept HD-style pads.

I'm gonna head down to the local shop tomorrow and see what they have in stock to replace the pad.
 

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You'll find something you like, then you'll need to match grips, floorboards, derby cover, shifter, highway pegs and passenger pegs. A broken fork deflectors ended up costing my $700 because I couldn't just buy a new one for $35...
 
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You'll find something you like, then you'll need to match grips, floorboards, derby cover, shifter, highway pegs and passenger pegs. A broken fork deflectors ended up costing my $700 because I couldn't just buy a new one for $35...
LMFAO... too true!

I'll try (real hard) to find something I like without having to replace every other control and accessory on the bike.
 

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Mine is a mutt.
 

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Hey send that old one over to me, I am not fussy about looks.... I reckon I could just attach a little bit of old tyre to it and it would work very very well......
 
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So... went down to the local V-Twin shop, picked out a nice Kuryakyn pedal pad for $35, and bob's your uncle. Done.
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