On my 06, you just remove the one allen bolt, take the peg off, replace it with the new peg, put the spring back in its place and put the bolt back on. Just take your toolbox with you, it should be self-explanatory.
If you don't mind my asking, where did you order it from and how much did you pay? I had a little bad luck yesterday when my brother backed out of the garage and knocked my '04 over - which was flawless, only 1300 miles, now scratched on one side - and broke one of my pegs. Funny enough, mine is blaze orange too. Thanks,
lol the shipping company ended up beaking my pegs. it had only 950 miles on it. i bought it off of ebay. it 20 plus 6 shipping but make sure in the auction it say 2003 - 2004 zx6r. i got it in silver but you can get blue black and other colors.
Pretty straightforward -
1. Note the orientation of the spring that returns the peg if it folds up. (have a beer)
2. Take a standard (flat) screwdriver and slide the c-clip out of the groove that holds it. (have a beer)
3. Slide the hollow, cylindrical bolt out of the bracket and peg. The peg and the spring should be free to remove. (have a beer - you're doing great!)
4. This is the only difficult part, you may want to have a beer and take a few deep breaths. You need to hold the bracket, the new peg and the spring, all in their proper orientation in relation to each other as you slide the hollow, cylindrical bolt back through the whole assembly, ensuring that the return spring is in the proper orientation that you noted in step 1. If this step is successful, have two beers but DON"T let go of the assembly yet. (I told you this would get tricky)
5. Slide the c-clip back onto the groove of the hollow, cylindrical bolt. If you can do this, the task is complete and you should have a complete bracket/peg/spring assembly. Congratulations! Have a shot of tequila and six beers but DON'T DRIVE!
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