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CHP steel over the top brake pedal

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My son bent his rear brake lever pretty badly. I plan to try to bend it back to stock position, but I expect that I will need to pick up a new lever. Right now I can't get an OEM replacement thanks to the new CPSA law in effect on youth motorcycles. I was looking at the CHP steel brake lever, made in the USA. Does anyone have experience with this product? I have heard of a lot of problems with getting over the top brake levers to fit/work right.

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just ordered a sikk110 over the top pedal, I will let you know how it goes after I receive it.

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Thanks. I checked out the sik110 brake pedal and it looks good also. About the same price as the CHP. Who did you order it from?

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Thank you. I would be great to hear back from you on the fit of the product.

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the chp over the brake pedal is great if you have the aftermaket footpegs and mounts. On the stock mount it catches and hangs up a little.:p

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OK--thanks. He still has the stock footpeg/mounts though I know I should replace with aftermarket soon. Would you recommend the sik110? I have read on here that TBR doesn't fit well.

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All have some sort of minor fitment issues .

I have the TBR one and the CHP one . The CHP sure looks the same as the Sikk110's and OUTLAW's too .

The TBR one also slightly rubs the case slightly , but is deff more knarly than the CHP one .

Ya .., you gotta run a after-market peg bracket .

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Installed my sikk110 brake pedal, went on smooth, but do need a/m footpeg bracket. So I ordered a kit. Doing my part to keep the economy going....:p

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Thanks for all the input. It sounds like I need to do both mods together to make it all work out. Yeah, we are doing our part to boost the economy$$$. It is a vicious cycle---spend a couple of days riding with the kids, spend the next couple of days cleaning muddy bikes and repairing the damage/replacing parts on the kids bikes!! I am having a great time though.

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The A/M peg kit works like a champ. Got one for 89.00 including pegs. Need to get longer bolts as 1 of the mounting bolts is stripped. Does anyone know what length to get. Found longer bolts, problem solved.

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