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post #1 of 8 Old 04-02-2008, 04:00 PM Thread Starter
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That was a bit frustrating. I tried different combinations and I kept getting the error the word is too common.

I am trying to find out if my Wee has rear passenger foot pegs from the factory. My 2K5 does not have any on it.

Any idea where I can buy some? I can't even find the OEM diagram on www.bikebandit.com.

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post #2 of 8 Old 04-02-2008, 04:16 PM
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It does. The footrest section of the fiche is the one to check. Post in the wanted section. Maybe somebody who took theirs off will sell.


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Pat, thanks for the fiche. Is there a spec on part #18 on that fische? That is the bolt I need to swap out for a longer version so I can add higher rear footpegs.

Is that fiche online? From Ron Ayers?

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09106-08074 is the part number. Fiches are available from Ron Ayres, Oneida Suzuki, MRCycles, Bikebandit etc..

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Thanks! Someone took mine doh, now I need to find some.

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I just searched the entire Service Manual to find out what the torque limit is for attaching/tightening the rear foot peg bolt, but I can't find anything. Does anyone know how tight is supposed to go? My right side is loose after a tip over.

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Suzuki's chart for 8mm grade 7 bolts says 16.5 lb-ft. That's interesting because 16.5 is what is recommended for a lot of 6mm bolts including the front fork tube pinch bolts. I always thought that was way too much. Ditto for 72.5 lb-ft on the rear axle and 25.5 lb-ft on the bolts often used to install engine guards.

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I have seen engineering specs that say 1/4 turn past where the bolt is seated for common hardware.

This would not apply to hardware with non-standerd threads, like Acme threads or pipe threads, or things like axle bolts where load on the bearing race is important.


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