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Bring it to your race mechanic lor. He'll see if he can bend it back using the good old racing hammer/mallet or race wrench.

Aluminium is relatively soft, should be able to bend back but it won't look as straight as before.


If cannot, then you'll have to buy another one.

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Lucky your footrest is made of racing grade aluminum. My bike the footrest is made of despatch grade steel. It cannot be moved when you corner too low. Basically if the footrest hits the round, its gonna dig into the road.

[2005 Yamaha YBR 125]



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