Alright, so I used the info. from here to move the pedals, so thanks!
The gear shift lever was easy-peasy, but the brake pedal was different. I looked up some pics online, and my setup was not like those. On my bike, there was a tab on the back side (engine side) of the mounting bracket (in line with the brake cable). In this tab was a threaded hole, into which a bolt was inserted, up to a stop-nut. There's a "foot" on the back side of the pedal, in line with this tab. The pedal stops moving when the foot hits the bolt. I loosened the stop/lock nut on the aforementioned bolt, and then loosened said bolt. Then, tightened up the stop/lock nut, and the pedal was "lowered".
Either way, much easier and more comfortable to ride.
2016 Vaquero (mostly stock)
2005 VN800B Bobber (Blue Collar Bobbers kits)