No, it's not hitting anything. I can't bend it, I'll have to take it in.it only matters if the travel has it hitting something else. most people just bend them back enough to clear.
I refused to ride mine until I had sliders. I kept reading about all these people that laid theirs down before they got theirs, or worse, crashed and when they finally made it home, the sliders were waiting on the porch....
I wish I had gotten the sliders before I bent the brake pedal. The brake pedal works fine but is slightly bent. Does that harm anything or is my pedal now just "unique"?
I'll investigate the reset button and see what I can do. It did work before the drop.
Just get a big wrench to grip the pedal and use as a lever, or a pipe large enough to fit over the end of the pedal and pull slowly.No, it's not hitting anything. I can't bend it, I'll have to take it in.
You're right about the sliders. I don't even want to ride anymore when I think about it. I'll order them tonight.
Just get a big wrench to grip the pedal and use as a lever, or a pipe large enough to fit over the end of the pedal and pull slowly.
Sliders are only good for very low to no speed drops. Anything above 30-ish mph and they won't protect your plastics, just your cases and frame if you're lucky.
Yikes!! Try being more careful... Is it a height thing or what?