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Tech G rearsets replacement parts

I'm told -- but want to confirm -- that Tech G rearsets can have replacement parts from Satos swapped in. After a minor racetrack incident Sunday, I'm gonna need some spares OR to replace, and I'd like to take the cheaper option.

Anyone know for sure?
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Can you show some pics of what you need...? Someone may have Sato parts laying around that may be able help you out.
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I'm not 100% sure, but at a minimum:

* left footpeg is ground down, too short, and sharp
* left baseplate is pretty bent
* Gear shift lever is toast

(ideally, I'd like a right heelguard too, but that's another matter). I /think/ the left step plate and heelguard are OK; the base plate just bent in.

I think the Sato parts fit. They look bloody similar, for sure.
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i'll take a look at my spares box as well, just because i know where it is at the moment...LOL
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i'll take a look at my spares box as well, just because i know where it is at the moment...LOL
Awesome!

Thank you so much.
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I have a shift lever, shift shaft, heel guard, and a base plate with just a very slight tweak to it.
All in used condition.
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Nice! The left heel guard is fine; right is buggered from PO.

How much you want for them?
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How about $80 shipped for the shift lever, shift shaft, and base plate....?
I can email you a pic of everything too if you'd like....Just drop me your email

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Sato Spares

Here's what I have for Sato spares. I'll put them up in a separate for sale if you don't need them. This set is one bracket, one bolt, one foot peg and the shift shaft away from being a full set in good condition.

With sbkdrew's shift shaft, you have a complete working set.

As is, you could use it after adding the shift shaft and a bolt. Both lever ends are ground about 1/4 to 1/2 inch. One of the pegs is ground off a bit but usable. The left side mid-plate is tweaked.

$150 plus shipping ($10 to $15 most places).

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Kent Larson in Minnesota
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Kent,

Thanks! I'm probably going to just grab a new peg from Sato and call it good with sbkdrews bits -- just trying to keep costs down as I fix up the rest, though part of me things I should start grabbing all the spares that I can as quickly as I can 'just in case' I'll pass for now, though I really appreciate you digging those up.
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