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It looks like just the part where your toe would go under is able to slide forward or back some. This could benefit me because I fave a big foot and it feels like I have to move a lot to go up or down the gears.

It seems like an easy thing to replace. Can you help me to confirm?
 

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It looks like just the part where your toe would go under is able to slide forward or back some. This could benefit me because I fave a big foot and it feels like I have to move a lot to go up or down the gears.

It seems like an easy thing to replace. Can you help me to confirm?
Easy Peasy!

Hex key/allen wrench to remove the stock lever from the shaft. Loosen the two nuts on the shift rod just a tiny bit. Unscrew the lever from the shift rod.

Then reverse all that for the new lever.

10 minutes, tops.
 

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Just an FYI, the Arashi rearsets kit comes with an adjustable toe fit on the shift lever.
 

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Just an FYI, the Arashi rearsets kit comes with an adjustable toe fit on the shift lever.
I remember readind something about bolts (I think?) not fitting right on those. While I think I'd prefer the Arashi, I'm not sure I have the right tools for the job.
 
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