How to Install Extended Tall Rider Kuryakyn Brake Pedal on Harley Davidson | Biker Podcast

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In this free video we show you how to install a Kurakyn brand extended brake pedal on a Harley Davidson motorcycle! We really liked the quality of this Kurakyn extended brake pedal and we definitely recommend it for bikers.

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  1. Ryan Urlacher
    Ryan Urlacher 8 May, 2016, 18:18

    +R Brice J&P makes a kit. It's part number 724-712. Please consider clicking through our affiliate banner. We get a little kick back and there is no extra cost to you. Ride safe & Ride Often!

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  2. Guy Smiley
    Guy Smiley 8 May, 2016, 18:18

    I would install an "E-Z brake" lever before I did the extended.

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  3. 4GeeGaming
    4GeeGaming 8 May, 2016, 18:18

    This is a simple install with stock or stock type exhaust. I had a helluva time with mine due to it being aftermarket exhaust. Still, good stuff.

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  4. Tim McKenzie
    Tim McKenzie 8 May, 2016, 18:18

    Never Re-use cotter pins! One time use only, they get fatigued and fail. Don't be cheap….you'll pay for it later!

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