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Foot pegs are possibly the most over looked parts on a bike, but actually one of the most important parts. No matter how much power your bike makes, it means nothing if there is no control of the bike. You probably haven't given much consideration to your foot pegs before, but almost all professional AMA supercross, motocross, and off-road riders ride with aftermarket foot pegs for a wider platform, more grip, and overall control of the bike. Our Pro series Flo Motorsports Foot pegs will offer all of the above. The foot pegs you see here are the same pegs...

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Step 1: Remove forks, clean & dry thoroughly using a contact cleaner or a small amount of washing liquid. For best results, make sure forks are smooth without any stone chips, etc. Step 2: After checking you have the correct sleeve on the correct fork leg, slide into position and check the bleed screw on the top of the leg so that it faces forwards and ensure the sleeve logo faces outwards. Make sure the sleeve slides down over both of the forkseal ridges. Step 3: With the heat gun set to a medium to high heat, starting on the...

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