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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 04-14-2010, 12:21 PM Thread Starter
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Highway foot pegs

Looking to instal pegs on my kawasaki engine gaurd. Would like to be able to strech out a bit any suggestions? Brand type reasons

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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 04-14-2010, 12:24 PM
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I went with the Kuryaken(not sure on spelling..lol) and I love them. They are reasonably priced and matched the ISO grips i installed.
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I went with the Kuryakyn small ISO pegs also. See link. I have the Cobra guards instead of the Kaw. guards. But they should be very similar.

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I am also attaching a picture I found of my pegs mounted. Not a great shot, but it's all I had.
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Used a set of Kury offset style on Cobra guard which gives more adjustability for peg location by which way you mount the offset. Like the adjustability but they use allen head screws that rely on friction to hold position of pegs. First couple of times I mounted them they vibrated loose. Had to really cinch down on them with a ratchet and locktite the screws to hold in place.
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I have Cobra flat pegs on Kawi engine guard. They work great and look great. Mounted so I can rest my heel on the floorboard and toes on the pegs or stretch out on the pegs.

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Question pegs

NLRIDER could you please post a picture of your pegs to give me a better idea of what they look like installed.

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I went with the small kuryakyn iso pegs on a cobra engine gaurd also. Havent really tried them out much yet thou.

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I have Cobra flat pegs on Kawi engine guard. They work great and look great. Mounted so I can rest my heel on the floorboard and toes on the pegs or stretch out on the pegs.
Same here.......I set mine the same way.....They r Awesome and work great.......

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I use Kury Longhorn offset pegs... here is a pic.

have had them on 3 bikes and the adjustability is a big help in finding the right spot. my allen screws have always held tight....
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