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post #1 of 6 Old 04-09-2017, 04:25 AM Thread Starter
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Rear brake pedal bush

Hi. 89 KLR650. Rear brake pedal loose in bushing. Is it possible to replace the bush that the shaft goes through? There must be wear as mine is very loose.
Is the part available from Kawasaki? I have inserted the thinest feeler gauge which takes up the slack nicely.
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post #2 of 6 Old 04-09-2017, 04:30 PM
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Look here 1989 Kawasaki KLR650 (KL650-A3) Brake Pedal | CyclePartsNation Kawasaki Parts Nation

These parts fiches are very handy. Lots of detail on parts and the order they go together.
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If your rear pedal frame mount is excessively worn, consider this billet replacement from Eagle Mfg & Eng Rear master cylinder and brake pedal mount The stock pce is cast aluminum and breaks easily. I've upgraded both of mine to the EM part.

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Thanks for that, I will investigate that, shipping to London may add to many $$
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If your rear pedal frame mount is excessively worn, consider this billet replacement from Eagle Mfg & Eng Rear master cylinder and brake pedal mount The stock pce is cast aluminum and breaks easily. I've upgraded both of mine to the EM part.
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I have broken a couple of those cast rear brake pedal mounts. Expensive and aggravating. On my 2011 it is now a steel fitting welded on the frame. Better.

In this case, it may be only the bushing in the pedal mount and/or the shaft that passes through it that is worn. Those pieces should be available in London.
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I second the eagle mike setup, it solved my issue with the slop
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