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Kuryakyn Brake Pedal Cover

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Kuryakyn Brake Pedal Cover
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Sale Price: $29.69 Regularly: $32.99

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J&P Part: ZZ24054

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Description

Instructions ZZ24054.pdf

Kuryakyn Brake Pedal Cover

• Quickly and easily adds a custom touch to brake pedal

• Rich chrome and black rubber finish

• Encapsulated the existing brake piece

Product Specs

  • Manufacturer Part Number: 8850
  • Sold in Units: Each

Fitment

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Kawasaki Models

Vulcan 1500 Classic FI VN1500N : 2000–2002
Vulcan 1500 Classic VN1500D : 1996–1997
Vulcan 1500 Classic VN1500E : 1998–2004
Vulcan 1500 Classic VN1500N : 2005–2008
Vulcan 1600 Classic VN1600A : 2003–2004

Customer Reviews

 William3942 Posted:

FAST SHIPPING. HAPPY WITH PURCHASE.

 scottf1 Posted:

FAST AND EASY,NICE CHROME AND RUBBER PAD,MATCHES TOE SHIFTER AND MAND GRIPS

 wknudson Posted:

Installed easily. Fits & looks good

 vclem Posted:

Too big for the meanstreak with zombie pegs. Replaced with the zz53728. Lines don,t follow with the pegs as well but fits better.

 SailorAK2 Posted:

Prodcut looked good and J&P delivered on time as promised. Due to a minor error on both, mine and the catolog, the wrong part was ordered. Returned and replaced without issue. Problem with the (correct) p/n was that it either has to be installed upside-down, or drill a hole in the metal brake pad. Item was installed on my '07 Kawasaki Nomad. Looks good though and makes a nice enhancement to the bike.

 DAVEE Posted:

LIVED UP TO EXPECTATION. VERY GOOD PRODUCT

 un4j792v Posted:

It is plastic, and sure enough, as I tightened the tiny screw, the piece cracked, as I was warned in the directions. I removed the screw, took it off and used some Honda grip cement, and it seems to be holding well. It looks good. That screw ought to be in the middle of the shifter piece, which ought to be metal...but then, I ought to be in the movies, too!!

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