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  • Mon, Mar 19 2007 11:49 AM

    • blah
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    Staff: Heel toe shifter for 07 fxst?

    I recently broke my back and suffered a minor spinal chord injury. I have weakness in my left foot and cannot pull up hard-enough to up shift my bike. The standard heel-toe setups won't fit the FXST because the shaft the shifter connects to isn't long enough for two shifters. I see several one-piece heel-toe shifters on the J&P site for earlier models but not for later models. Does J&P have one that will fit the 07 FXST?
  • Mon, Mar 19 2007 1:18 PM In reply to

    • Xea
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    Re: Staff: Heel toe shifter for 07 fxst?

    The easier answer would be to put a shift lever for a Heritage on the bike and use the heel/toe shifter set-up that will go together like it was intended. Look at 6300255 and 2400741. In either case, you might have a clearance issue with the primary case or your forward controls, but I think this will be about the easiest way to get you the heel/toe configuration you're after..........

     Faster, Faster, Faster! Till the trill of speed overcomes the fear of death......

  • Fri, Mar 23 2007 6:08 PM In reply to

    • blah
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    Re: Staff: Heel toe shifter for 07 fxst?

    Thanks for the info. I just installed those parts and the worked perfectly.
  • Mon, Apr 23 2018 7:17 PM In reply to

    Re: Staff: Heel toe shifter for 07 fxst?

    Will this work for an 07 Softail Custom FXSTC as well?  I have a similar issue with my left foot

  • Tue, Apr 24 2018 10:46 AM In reply to

    Re: Staff: Heel toe shifter for 07 fxst?

     yes, it should work with any softail

     

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