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Stan TimperleyWed Feb-23-11 09:43 AM

  
"Dunstall rearsets for Norton"


  

          

I have a set of Dunstall rearsets that I want to install on a 72 and I would like to ask some questions of anyone who has put a set on to see how and where they mount. The bolts for both sides are larger than any of the holes on the alloy rear engine/cradle plates. Plus the brake side has a plate that contains the anchor point for the rear brake cable to come through but the shifter side is just the footrest,shifter lever and the lingage running to the trans its self.

Does it sound like its all there? Does anyone either have a picture of one installed or know of one on the web I can look at.

Thank you

  

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dynodaveThu Feb-16-06 08:54 AM
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IIRC
The shifter side has a folding foot peg, and the shifter linkage.
It is mounted by a larger diameter stud and you must drill out the Z plate.

The brake side is a fixed footpeg and acts as the brake lever pivot.
The small plate does have the cable end mount and I thought the brake switch mounts there too.

  

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snsSat Jan-09-10 08:31 AM
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Looking for a set of these. Any help much appreciated.

  

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shengxuanSun Feb-20-11 03:01 AM
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JimThu Jul-20-06 07:33 PM

  
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Yes I ran a set on my 73 850 interstate for 6-7 years..
and yes you have it all...
the peg angle is incorrect and it cost me a knee surgury and a limp.
I loved them!!

  

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tricky54Sun Nov-28-10 04:28 AM
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can you still buy dunstall rearsets or if anyone has a set for sale please let me know.

  

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tricky54Sun Nov-28-10 04:55 AM
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rearsets for a 74 cmmando thankyou

  

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