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The Woodcraft rearset kit is in. Looks to be great quality as always with Woodcraft as expected. Doing the assembly now.
 

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Everything mounts up easily, no issues. Uses stock rear brake assembly with new hardware.
 

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Hey there. Could you elaborate further on the benefits of replacing the rearset? I’m new to motorcycling and would appreciate your response.
MOATH, several reasons. Crashabilty, because typically rear sets are easily replaceable and repairable, trying to get some more comfort out of riding positions, trying to get better grip for your feet and for the track use etc.
 
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I am liking what I came up for that, to cover those concerns for now. I did this in early July, well before any rearset was available. I used a Puig peg adapter, ground off part of the back back to it's level, printed a spacer, installed a Evol Tech peg. So for now I have the peg I want on a foldable mount. If I do switch to a new rearset, this is the peg I'd use, great grip at any angle.
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