Eventually we found these HAC floorboards made in the Netherlands and imported by Planet Cruiser. The quality of the boards' cast bodies and other components is at least equal to the finish of the motorcycle. The rubber top pads fit flush, and the bodies and undersides are smoothly polished. We got the long (10.5 inches) boards, but they are also offered in a six-inch length. Installation took just a few minutes, requiring you to simply remove the pivot bolts from the footpegs and put the boards in their place. Once installed, the boards fold up and back, which is an improvement on other floorboard installations we have seen where the boards simply fold back into the engine cases. These have more give when you drag them in the corner than such boards, though if you fell on them or kicked them up hard they would strike and nick the engine covers. The shift lever worked perfectly without adjustment, though you'd have to add a rear extension lever if you wanted to upshift with your heel. The angle and location of the floorboards was perfect for those who rode with them.