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Old 11-19-2019, 05:33 PM
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Front Foot Rest Rubbers...

...Has anyone replaced theirs? I'm just wondering what the process is and how many cuss words are involved. '81 XS1100LH. I'm guessing that you just cut the old ones off and drive the new ones on, but since I don't actually know, and REALLY don't want to screw it up, I thought I'd ask. Any info (or links) y'all can provide would be most appreciated. I've done a forum search, to no avail. TIA.
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Old 11-19-2019, 05:42 PM
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If you have new ones in hand, and the old ones are trash, just cut them off. They're hooked bottom inboard if you want to try to save them. The new ones just slide on.
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Old 11-19-2019, 05:47 PM
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If you have new ones in hand, and the old ones are trash, just cut them off. They're hooked bottom inboard if you want to try to save them. The new ones just slide on.
Cool. Thanks for the reply/info.
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Yamaha "Mini Cruiser" Windscreen, K & N filters, Iridium Plugs, ATK Fork Brace, LED T.S. Conversion, Bridgestone S11 Spitfires.
Otherwise all original, definitely a Survivor.
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Old 11-20-2019, 11:41 AM
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Your challenge is to find the flat ones for your pegs. I believe the XJ used the same ones so maybe use that in your search. Wait until you have new ones in hand before removing old ones.
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Old 11-21-2019, 06:47 AM
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foot pegs

I can supply 4 complete foot pegs with mounts. Rubber parts are not tired or worn, used stock parts off standard model. $50 shipped by us priority mail, have two sets like this, send me a pm thanx andreas
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Old 11-21-2019, 11:24 AM
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I got some front foot peg rubbers for my XS11SG from sumo rubber in the UK.
https://sumorubber.com/index.php?rou...scription=true

They fit perfect
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Old 11-21-2019, 09:29 PM
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I got some front foot peg rubbers for my XS11SG from sumo rubber in the UK.
https://sumorubber.com/index.php?rou...scription=true

They fit perfect
Whoa, there is a lot of hard to find parts available from that place.....like the condom that goes over the brake master cylinder plunger. I always tear that thing trying to get it off and have to buy a $25 rebuild kit just to get the condom.

Thanks for posting it Mark!
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Old 11-22-2019, 04:33 AM
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Here is another I found.
https://www.cruzinimage.net/?s=xs1100
I got a set of air box to carb boots for 40$, quality is really good also. The only drawback is they are coming from Japan and it takes about 2 weeks to get something.
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Old 11-22-2019, 09:07 AM
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More great parts!

I see lots of great deals on other 'hard to find' part on that CruisinImage site.

Kurt bought a set of piston rings from CruzinImage and he seemed pleased with them.

I might start replacing brake caliper parts now I can see them for $10/set! Usually they are about $25/caliper.

Who would think you could get a carb slide piston (with diaphram) for $20?
I would expect to pay $100.
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Old 11-22-2019, 10:18 AM
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Posts like this are why it is essential we get this site back up and running properly. Well done mlew for finding and sharing some excellent sources of hard to find parts.

Note the Sumo rubber parts are priced in Euro. Look for the Euro amount for free shipping to USA. Landed cost may be cheaper to buy 2 or add some other parts to your order.

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Old 11-22-2019, 07:39 PM
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To You All..

...Just wanted to say THANK YOU to you all for your replies. It's good to know there are people still around willing to share of themselves to help other folks. I very much appreciate it. Y'all have a good evening.
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1981 XS1100LH MNS #103 ("Dark Side")
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Old 11-23-2019, 04:14 AM
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I got some front foot peg rubbers for my XS11SG from sumo rubber in the UK.
https://sumorubber.com/index.php?rou...scription=true

They fit perfect
I noticed that sumo rubber has them listed as the original 3H5- part number. Do you know if yours have the steel plate in them, or are they solid rubber? I found some repros on fleaBay, which they describe as solid rubber. I found some 4X7's also, but I think the 4X7's don't have the angle on the underside on the outer end. Thanks.
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1981 XS1100LH MNS #103 ("Dark Side")
Yamaha "Mini Cruiser" Windscreen, K & N filters, Iridium Plugs, ATK Fork Brace, LED T.S. Conversion, Bridgestone S11 Spitfires.
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Old 11-23-2019, 05:50 AM
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I noticed that sumo rubber has them listed as the original 3H5- part number. Do you know if yours have the steel plate in them, or are they solid rubber? I found some repros on fleaBay, which they describe as solid rubber. I found some 4X7's also, but I think the 4X7's don't have the angle on the underside on the outer end. Thanks.
I can not tell by scrutinizing mine whether or not there is steel in them. I know there is in my XS650 covers and they're the same as the earlier XS1100. If mlew says they fit perfect, I think you can take that to the bank. I'd go with him on that.
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Old 11-23-2019, 06:40 AM
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Posts like this are why it is essential we get this site back up and running properly. Well done mlew for finding and sharing some excellent sources of hard to find parts.

Note the Sumo rubber parts are priced in Euro. Look for the Euro amount for free shipping to USA. Landed cost may be cheaper to buy 2 or add some other parts to your order.

Phil
Indeed..there is still a viable XS1100 community..This site is sorely in need of an upgrade...in ownership as well...
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Old 11-23-2019, 09:43 PM
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I noticed that sumo rubber has them listed as the original 3H5- part number. Do you know if yours have the steel plate in them, or are they solid rubber? I found some repros on fleaBay, which they describe as solid rubber. I found some 4X7's also, but I think the 4X7's don't have the angle on the underside on the outer end. Thanks.
The original had a metal plate on the outside underneath on the outer angle. I don't think the plate is structural but there in case you scrape the peg on the road. The new ones did not have them, but they look and fit exactly as the OEM. No Yamaha logo on it either. I have had them on for a year and they have not come loose or given me any problems or concerns. You cant tell a difference unless you look under the peg and know what you are looking for.
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