So I'm not the only one.yes yes yes ... exactly my problem... 1st bike ever that its not adjustable. (bl00dy cost engineers)
I've just cut a very thick bit of hydralic hose( the length of the front of the pedal) and then sliced it along its length and slipped it over.
It gives about 7mm but still not ideal for me.
As you say it really needs a good (safe ) spacer.... Jon.
Fixing this issue was a side benefit of fitting a peg lowering kit, brake pedal to lever height now as you would expect.My rear brake foot lever sets a good 2 inches (12mm) below my foot. My foot is almost vertical when I press it.
Can you post a link to which kit you bought please. I'm not sure which one to get.
So does that raise up the surface of contact or just enlarge it?
I adjusted the brake so that it comes on sooner, worked a treat as far as stopping goes (there is loads of adjustment) but , of course, does not raise pedal out the way of rocks.Same part,
When I look at the clevis attached to the pedal it seems to be ajustable, don't know by how much.