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Question Highway Pegs for 2015 Vulcan Voyager 1700 ABS

Anyone have any experience with selecting pegs for the 2015 Voyager? I'm concerned about getting around the lower fairings and how far forward the engine guard is located. Also, I'm not a very tall person. I'm thinking I want/need some offsets to bring them back toward me, but again, I'm concerned about the fairings. Anyone have this figured out, yet?
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Yup but cant recall the PNs all Kury stuff... Will take a peek later...

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I have these mounts on my 2012 Voyager ABS.
Rivco Engine Guard Highway Peg Mounts | 424-096 | J&P Cycles
Then choose the pegs you like to mount on them. I'm 5'8" and have plenty of adjustment to them.

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Kuryakyn long offset duallys 4575 I believe is what I have... They fit tight around the lowers... Closer to the rider.. very adjustible...
Do a search on them.. Glenn54 has pics. Same thing I have...
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I have Kuryakyn Tour-Tech Long Arm Cruise Mounts 4526, then you can use any Kuryakyn foot peg you want.


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I have an old set of the Kury Offset Dually Highway Pegs. They work great around the lower fairing and with my 5' 8" height they are a must.

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On the topic of highway pegs, I thought I was a smart little feller and got me some knock offs on fleabay. $80US shipped from China. I laughed, I cried, I kissed 80 bucks good bye. The clamps are elliptical and don't hold well on the engine guard. Any small push with my foot, and the whole thing rotates on the guard. The foot rests rotate on their axis with no way to tighten them.

To the riders that got Kury pegs, do the clamps hold nice n tight on the engine guards?
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I have these mounts on my 2012 Voyager ABS.
Rivco Engine Guard Highway Peg Mounts | 424-096 | J&P Cycles
Then choose the pegs you like to mount on them. I'm 5'8" and have plenty of adjustment to them.
How well do the clamps attach to the engine guards? I bought a set of knock offs and the clamps don't hold well at all. They rotate on the guard as soon as I put any weight on them.
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The only time they move is when I loosen them to adjust the position. They do hold in place pretty good.
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