I did the same thing! Put the bike on the side stand as soon as possible!! Then get the foot peg/brake pedal mounting plate back in alignment. It's a tight fit so it might take some work, I used a little prybar wrapped in cloth so as to not scratch anything. Then use something long and round (screwdriver, etc..) to make sure the holes are perfectly aligned before putting the bolts back in.Hello,
So, I've had a setback while mounting my Givi TN7413 crash bars on my MTS V4.
I had the bike on the center stand and when I unplug the 2 screws near the right footpeg (red), all that part went upwards (blue) and now I can't screw the bolts to lock that position.
The first impulse was to change the bike from the center stand to the lateral one.
Can anyone help me with this issue? Is there a way to unmount all that set piece and lower it?
I'm a little worry about taking it to the dealer because of the warranty.
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You'll be very happy with the crash bar once complete. The Givi crash bar is very well made and the best looking one IMO