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Kawafornication
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« on: May 30, 2019, 05:36:52 PM »

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fXaZvBcvMwI

Hi, when you fitted the KXF 250 rear brake pedal to your KX did you have to add a copper or steel sleeve or is it only the 450 that has a bigger pivot hole?

I got a new KXF 450 pedal cheap, part number  13236-0097  there is a lot of play but need to make it work on a 1990 KX 125, thanks


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« Reply #1 on: May 31, 2019, 08:50:38 AM »

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fXaZvBcvMwI

Hi, when you fitted the KXF 250 rear brake pedal to your KX did you have to add a copper or steel sleeve or is it only the 450 that has a bigger pivot hole?

I got a new KXF 450 pedal cheap, part number  13236-0097  there is a lot of play but need to make it work on a 1990 KX 125, thanks




I  watched that video about 10 days ago, i am trying to do the same with my 97 kx250, my pedal has a ton of of slop in the pin /clevis area. I have been trying to figure out the same!
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« Reply #2 on: May 31, 2019, 09:47:06 AM »

I worked it out Borntworide, we were both being plonkers 😊 first job is clean the original pedal like I also failed to do and you will then see a steel sleeve inside the original, heat the alloy pedal near the pivot hole and press out, I used a long bolt with a stack of washers along with a 10mm socket and larger socket with large penny washers on the other side! Great idea all the same sandblaster  👍🏼
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« Reply #3 on: May 31, 2019, 10:04:28 AM »

steel sleeve inside the original, heat the alloy pedal near the pivot hole and press out

where did you get replacement bushings?
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« Reply #4 on: May 31, 2019, 10:13:34 AM »

steel sleeve inside the original, heat the alloy pedal near the pivot hole and press out

where did you get replacement bushings?


I used the old sleeve but my bike is a 1990, looking at the yours it shares the same bolt as a KXF part number 92154-1431 so I think your pedal is more than likely a straight swap with a KXF! You can get an after market pedal in the UK for  26.49 which is about 1/3rd of the price of an original!

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/MX-Forged-Brake-Pedal-Kawasaki-KX450F-2006-2018/303122793792


https://parts.kawasaki.eu/kepcc/kepcc?ALIAS=99255&PRODUCTGROUP=MCXR&DISPLACEMENT=126_500&MODELNAME=KX250&MODELYEAR=1997_KX250-K4&COUNTRY=EU&COLOR=7F&MACHINE=449&VIN_SEL=&VIN_INP=&ENGINE_SEL=&ENGINE_INP=&PNO=99917-1752.D-13&NAVIGATION=


https://parts.kawasaki.eu/kepcc/kepcc?ALIAS=99255&PRODUCTGROUP=MCXR&DISPLACEMENT=126_500&MODELNAME=KX450F&MODELYEAR=2015_KX450FFF&COUNTRY=EU&COLOR=777&MACHINE=793&VIN_SEL=&VIN_INP=&ENGINE_SEL=&ENGINE_INP=&PNO=99912-1894.E-13&NAVIGATION=
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