1996 GL 1500 Mototrike... Floorboards


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PaulNeFl
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1996 GL 1500 Mototrike... Floorboards

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Can't see floorboards under my big feet... Keep wanting to slide off... Hard to shift
Can't see floorboards under my big feet... Keep wanting to slide off... Hard to shift

I have a 1996 GL 1500 Mototrike and only one real issue... I wear a size 15 shoe and the floorboards and shifter are tiny :P I would appreciate any suggestions as to suppliers... part numbers... Please note I'm not rich so can't afford $3-400 for floorboards





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Re: 1996 GL 1500 Mototrike... Floorboards

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Install foot pegs and sell the boards. I don't think there is a cure for big foot syndrome.

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Re: 1996 GL 1500 Mototrike... Floorboards

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My solution to keep a toe shift and lower position of floor boards on our trike suits me and my 9.5 & 10s, but might not fit 15s. There is adjustment to let me wear thicker toed winter boots. I added the matching left heel rest after cutting it off the brake lever, then I welded another toe pad to brake pedal lever.

It's either adapt, or scrap them & go back to OEM as stated above I think.











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