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Rear brake pedal height adjustment

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Does anyone know how to adjust the rear brake pedal height. I need to lower it about a inch.

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Parts number 28-30 allow some adjustment of pedal height. The screw #31 is there to adjust for brake light activation, I believe, not height of the pedal adjustment.

If that does not work, aftermarket rear sets are the way to go, or modify the pedal.
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Parts number 28-30 allow some adjustment of pedal height. The screw #31 is there to adjust for brake light activation, I believe, not height of the pedal adjustment.

If that does not work, aftermarket rear sets are the way to go, or modify the pedal.
Excellent thank you so much I will try this and see if this works this should do it!!
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Excellent thank you so much I will try this and see if this works this should do it!!
Make SURE you aren't engaging the brake while not pushing the pedal. Local guy adjusted his wrong and caught a bunch of stuff by the rear wheel on fire because the brake was dragging. You should have slight play in the pedal before the brake actuates.

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Make SURE you aren't engaging the brake while not pushing the pedal. Local guy adjusted his wrong and caught a bunch of stuff by the rear wheel on fire because the brake was dragging. You should have slight play in the pedal before the brake actuates.
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