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I thought about it when I saw some kushitani's,the only boot I've seen that doesn't do this.Seems the mfrs. could save some money by leaving it off of the right boot.Is it just for looks?
 
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jafo said:
I thought about it when I saw some kushitani's,the only boot I've seen that doesn't do this.Seems the mfrs. could save some money by leaving it off of the right boot.Is it just for looks?
Never owned a Norton did you?

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Might save on the stiching design (machine setup prgramming / training of works) and cut down on faults (repeated doing the same design but in mirror image) with a shifter pad on both feet.

Also the handicapped post from before shows that not everyone would have the sifter on the left foot.
http://www.pioneerforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=26597
 
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They figured no one was right footed!! :idunno: :twofing:
 
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I don't see a shift pad on the right boot... perhaps you are looking at the toe slider...

edit: My sidi's have the shift pad on both sides too.
 
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It's for people who can't tell left and right. Mine are about equally worn. :D
 

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Some bikes are right shift.
 
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jafo said:
I thought about it when I saw some kushitani's,the only boot I've seen that doesn't do this.Seems the mfrs. could save some money by leaving it off of the right boot.Is it just for looks?
For the "stunnas" who sit on the tank and ride backward? :idunno:
 
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