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Everyday Low Price: $47.99
Gold Club Price: What's This? $43.19
J&P Part: 6000875
Manufacturer Part Number: 30-828
OEM Reference: 33057-77
Sold in Units: Each
Style: Fold Out
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Love the look. It is a bit lower than the original on the downstroke and could make contact with the muffler ... installing a longer kicker shaft solved the problem. Thanks J&P
Neat, clean and exactly what I was looking for to replace the old worn out kicker.
Essential to install the kick start with the stock exhaust. Or at least requires minimal adjustment in the pipe (mold a little, but covered by the shield)
Solid stuff that is more shiny than my old original kicker arm
Worked out great as all products I purchase from you guys :)
Great! looks good and is made very well. folds out to miss the new pipes i just put on that the old kicker would have hit.
way good old harley pedal style
Fits and looks better then old school kickers, does not interfere with knee in anyway and has good clearance for exhaust.
Works great fit perfectly!
Well constructed, but you have to rotate your kicker shaft if you have a bike older than '77... not hard to do, but just another task before you can use it!!
The piece was what I was looking for, It has a wider kicking foot than stock. It looks like the kickers that I knew gorwing up. The only problem is it occassonally hits my pipe in the process of starting the bike.