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    Question EFX Floorboard, Left Side

    Greetings everyone.

    I've got a small problem and I'm hoping there is some information out there. On my ride, I had the Heal/Toe shifter and the support bar for the Main Support was an "L" shaped one to bolt up to the underside of the shifter. Well, I've removed that and gone back to the factory configuration and I had to buy the new bracket. I realized that the support bracket will not fit and in looking at the exploded parts I can see why. So, I'm wondering if there is any one out there that may have the "Bracket, Sujpport, LH Wing EFX" part number S002145 or maybe someone could trace it out and email it. I can get one made up if I have the pattern to work with.

    Thanks in advance guys... Ride safe out there...

    Chuck

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    Quote Originally Posted by TTNW View Post
    Greetings everyone.

    I've got a small problem and I'm hoping there is some information out there. On my ride, I had the Heal/Toe shifter and the support bar for the Main Support was an "L" shaped one to bolt up to the underside of the shifter. Well, I've removed that and gone back to the factory configuration and I had to buy the new bracket. I realized that the support bracket will not fit and in looking at the exploded parts I can see why. So, I'm wondering if there is any one out there that may have the "Bracket, Sujpport, LH Wing EFX" part number S002145 or maybe someone could trace it out and email it. I can get one made up if I have the pattern to work with.

    Thanks in advance guys... Ride safe out there...

    Chuck
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    Quote Originally Posted by TTNW View Post
    Greetings everyone.

    I've got a small problem and I'm hoping there is some information out there. On my ride, I had the Heal/Toe shifter and the support bar for the Main Support was an "L" shaped one to bolt up to the underside of the shifter. Well, I've removed that and gone back to the factory configuration and I had to buy the new bracket. I realized that the support bracket will not fit and in looking at the exploded parts I can see why. So, I'm wondering if there is any one out there that may have the "Bracket, Sujpport, LH Wing EFX" part number S002145 or maybe someone could trace it out and email it. I can get one made up if I have the pattern to work with.

    Thanks in advance guys... Ride safe out there...

    Chuck
    Chuck,

    I only used that bracket in one or two of the WING EFX kits I installed.

    Overengineering CAD people leading to double cost of basic components was the road-to-failure for Lehman.

    Anyways, I have a solution ... possibly at least for the left side.

    The photo was from the original Monarch II WING EFX kit and shows the bracket I am familiar with.

    Different part number ... and I won't go into that ... but the main parts are the same.

    The picture is of the right side bracket, B/C I didn't have a left side one to show.

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    Originally Lehman used a bracket attached to the foot peg pivot mount. Very simple KISS and worked for 10 years for me. Then they went on the CAD warpath !

    Your board has slots to allow shifting of both the board and the attaching hardware.

    Use a plain strap and bend to suit and remove the clevis pin for the pedal pivot and substitute with a bolt.

    You can drop it and attach to the original mounting spot. A lot of work went into this explanation ..... you owe me !!
    Jim Murphy
    EX-Lehman & Champion Dealer Owner Operator
    Iron Butt Rider 2001

    WHEN HELP IS OFFERED, A SIMPLE "THANK YOU" IS APPRECIATED.

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