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    2014 R nine T footpegs

    Rubber inserts in my footpegs are starting to tear from moving my feet around. First choice is to replace w all metal pegs but I'm struggling to find ones in the stock position (don't want lowered, rearsets, etc.). Second option is swap passenger peg rubbers up to driver position to get a few more years out of them. Anyone know how to detach / re-attach the rubber inserts?
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    I donít know hoe the niner rubber attaches as my new to me pegs was minus the rubber when I purchased her, but on all of my previous mcs they just popped up and out. Iíd be surprised if they didnít on the niner also. 8E4480A0-A6F9-46CF-A373-4A560E1C3487.jpg8E4480A0-A6F9-46CF-A373-4A560E1C3487.jpg. Iím just glad to see another R Nine T member post on the forum😀

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    You guys can start the R 9 T appreciation thread.......looks like a great bike.
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    There are two screws on the bottom side which fasten into a metal plate.

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    No pics but the "screws" on the underside appear more like pop rivets? Round head w a round hole in the center. I tried Torx and Allen tools in the hole but neither caught any resistance. I'll try some different tools this weekend to see if I can turn the screws.
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    Quote Originally Posted by talmadge_w View Post
    No pics but the "screws" on the underside appear more like pop rivets? Round head w a round hole in the center. I tried Torx and Allen tools in the hole but neither caught any resistance. I'll try some different tools this weekend to see if I can turn the screws.
    The rubber on some models are rivited now and not as easy to replace as the ones on older BMWs.
    You'll have to drill out the rivits.
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    Yes some older models are rivits.

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    Does seem to be rivits. Hole in the head is constant ID w no surfaces to apply torque. I see the nine T Scrambler & Urban have more "GS" style pegs so may look for a used set of those and see if they will interchange. Thanks for the help!
    Talmadge Wright
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    Nothing a tap won't fix, to install screws.

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    Original R9T Footpegs

    Looking at my 2016 original-model R9T and the MAX BMW fiche for that model (01/13 - 08/16), the peg rubber pads are part #46 71 7 671 077 (set of 2).
    Part # 07 12 9 904 849 buys a set of four retainer Torx-head screws.
    Never impossible, of course, that these parts were not changed at some point/for some time.
    Heinrich

    https://shop.maxbmw.com/fiche/Diagra...4&rnd=07242017

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