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-Highway pegs fit floorboards on most 2006 and up Vulcans

-Universal Lumbar support cussion (fits most cruiser style seats)

See at www.comfortzoneride.com
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post #2 of 17 (permalink) Old 11-14-2012, 08:04 PM
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Are the highway pegs chrome? And what are you asking for both items? How does the lumbar support actually attach, will it work with a Mustang seat?

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Are the highway pegs chrome? And what are you asking for both items? How does the lumbar support actually attach, will it work with a Mustang seat?
Sorry, didn't notice you are a vendor. I see the prices on the link you provided. Stuff looks nice. Do the pegs come in chrome?

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Hello, unfortunately at this time we do not have them in chrome. the back supports attach to the passenger strap of the seat. depending on the mustang seat you have it may or may not fit, most mustang seats I have seen will not work with our back supports. However we are working on a style that will eventually. we also sell passenger straps for seats that dont have them stock. if you can send me a pic of your seat and I will see if it will work or not. thanks
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Do you produce these parts or just sale them?

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I don't want to bust chops, I really like the concept, but they just don't look like they match the bike very well. I'd happily pay the $85 if they matched the floorboards better.

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I produce them also. me and our builders. I cant take all the credit haha.
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I produce them also. me and our builders. I cant take all the credit haha.
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I don't want to bust chops, I really like the concept, but they just don't look like they match the bike very well. I'd happily pay the $85 if they matched the floorboards better.
That was my issue as well. Totally functional I'm sure, but this time around, I'm actually trying to keep the bike sharp! Too bad I'm not artisticy (new word!), else I would work something up!
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Im always happy to hear what riders like and dislike. there are many different tastes out there. I was curious what you thought would make them "match the floorboards better?"
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