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post #2 of (permalink) Old 05-06-2004, 12:39 AM
dolson
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Hi V I won't even try to spell the rest :razz:

Any how I don't see how the pegs themselves could be different between the two. They are pretty much nailed down. I don't think the rear brake pedal can be adjusted up and down but the gear shifter can. Actually it's a good idea to do so as it makes the 5-6 shift easier. You can do that by making the rod longer.
Sure you didn't have your tight pants on the second time?

As for the brake pedal that's an I don't think so though I've never looked into it as I don't use it all that much. Only to hold myself at a stop on a hill or maybe to see if it still works from time to time.

Let yourself get used to it for some time before you think about anything like that. Just make sure your ft. brake lever is the proper angle "straight with your forearm,wrist and hand so that your fingers aren't at an angle.

Congrats and have fun. To tell the truth I never even sat on one before buying mine and every day it just keeps getting better.

Don

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