Model K12O for your BMW K1200LT
Model PCO for your Honda PC 800
1. Remove the black plastic cover which fits over your crash (tip over) bar. Don’t
mix parts right & left.
2. Place the threaded part of the clamp on the top of the tip over bar… Not to be
mounted as shipped.
Model K12O: on the front curve of the tip over bar.
Model PCO: across the front with the remainder across the center support bar.
3. Attach the bracket:
Model K12O: Insert the three bolts up from the bottom, through the large bracket,
bottom of the clamp and screw them into the top of the clamp.
Model PCO: Insert the two bolts up from the bottom through the bracket and
screw into the top clamp.
4. As you tighten the bolts…
Model K12O: wiggle the bracket as far forward and in as it will go. Try to tighten
the bolts evenly – a little at a time – until
tight.Because of its design, the brackets should not easily rotate on your tip over bar.
Model PCO: Start with a position that allows you to pass the 3/16” Allen Wrench
between the back edge of the bracket and the lower part of the fairing.
5. OPTIONAL - You may want to try the Mick-O-Pegs before cutting your plastic.
When ready to cut…
Model K12O: Using our template, cut a triangle shaped notch from the bottom and
reinstall the cover.
Model PCO: The farther forward (and in) that you mount your Mick-O-Pegs, the
smaller the ‘cut’ will need to be. Measure the distance along, and out from, the
exposed edge of the fairing to estimate where to make your cut.
6. You are halfway home to comfort! Repeat procedures 1-5 on the other side.
7. When installed, you may need to slightly bend the “legs” so both pegs are in the
same position when up.
WARNINGS. As with most motorcycle accessories, misuse can be dangerous.
1. Mick-O-Pegs are not intended for use while following another vehicle closely or
while leaning in curves.
2. Since the spring lifts the “peg”, an aggressive tread on the riders boot may catch
on the peg and increase reaction time. Test your Mick-O-Pegs many times before
using them on the road. Before you ride, find the quickest method of returning your
feet to your controls and get in the habit of using that method.
3. It is possible to get your pant leg caught on the Mick-O-Peg when in the up
position. To reduce that likelihood, consider wearing a hig top boot and/or pants
with tighter cuffs.
4. Mick-O-Pegs are habit forming. You may no longer be satisfied with any other
highway peg/board position.
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