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Drag Specialties Forward Control Kit For Harley Sportster
Replace your Sportsters OEM forward controls or convert from mid-controls with this all-in-one kit. It includes rubber insert foot-pegs, shift peg, mounting hardware, linkage, brackets and everything pictured.
Available in Standard position and a 2" Extended version
Drag Specialties Forward Control Kit For Harley Sportster 2004-2013
Good idea, not-so-good execution
I had the same problems as Markattack, the clamp for the shift linkage simply worked itself off the transmission shaft. Even after replacing the bolt and making sure it was tight, it's happened a second time. Used loc-tite and it's held up for the last few months. But now the bolt holding the foot peg is wearing out and consistently working itself loose, allowing the foot peg to rotate freely. Sadly, I didn't not purchase these from Revzilla so I'm out of luck.
September 2, 2015
Look great but....
I threw these on my 2013 Iron 883 and loved them. That is until the shift linkage entirely fell off my bike when i was on the interstate. The bolt was in the correct place and tight however, the bolt effectively does nothing. I can entirely slip the linkage on and off of my bike with the bolt fully tightened. So now I have to kick it back onto my transmission at stop lights. I'm not sure if other bikes have this problem or if it might be specific to my bike. Either way I'm not thrilled to have spent so much money for something that is basically just a huge pain in the bum. So, I don't recommend this product if you have a 2013 Iron
July 6, 2015
rating so far
I also experienced issues with excessive powder coating and was able to wire brush and assemble all but the brake rod to the brake pedal after wire brushing the bolt and easing the bolt in and out several times with no succes. I called Revzilla and in return they ask for pics for warranty purposes. During this process I was removing the bolt from brake pedal assembly and the bolt snapped. I sent pictures waiting on Revzilla warranty dept to get back with me. I will repost the results and overall ratings on product and service.
May 8, 2015
Love the controls but needs work with powder coating
First to start I already had the drag specialties forward controls on my sportster but the non painted black ones. I went down recently and needed new ones and decided on the black set.
First looking at it in the box they look awesome. When it came to putting on was a different story. They powder coated everything so I basically had to clean the bolts and bolt holes out of every hole. Litterally was so hard trying to get the bolts in. When I tried the non painted ones on my old set they would go right in. Next same with the too much powder coat I get the brake side done and there is so much friction that the brake would get pressed down and not return to its normal position. I had to take it apart and use a Dremel on the areas where the brake touched the mount.
When it's all said and done I'm happy with the product looks awesome and great placement. Installation should of took 30 -45 mins and took 2 1/2 hours because of all the extra bs work. Non painted ones should not be an issue.
March 24, 2015
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Steven L:If you look at the one picture it shows the foot peg on the right side of the bike mounted to the frame on the inside of the stock exhaust (closer to where you sit). The extended version is two inches further out which puts the peg on the far side of the stock exhaust towards your front wheel.
For reference I'm six foot and have the standard forward control and I'm comfortable. Knees are still bent but in a comfortable position. May 25, 2015