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Hi all.Completley new to the trial scene.Just looking for some advice I’ve got a gas gas jtx just to practice on and learn before I get something newer.The foot pegs slope down towards the floor slightly on the end furthest away from the bike is this normal or should they be level.also is there any easy way to get the four bolts out of the clutch cover.ive tried giving the heads a tap but they are seized solid.Only reason I want to get to the clutch is it’s a bit  heavy when i have to slip it in tight situations.Thanks in advance for any help.

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They should be level. Spot of weld on the underside of the pegs where they touch the frame, then grind to get the correct height

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I always aim for them to slope up a bit  -thinking being when the bike leans over they then are still closer to level.

If they slope down slightly then when the bike leans the slope is magnified.

One disadvantage of TI/Ally footrest etc is they are hard to rectify quickly   

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