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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-30-2017, 07:23 PM Thread Starter
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Rear Floorboards with pegs to add on

Looking for information to add pegs and keep floor boards for wife, she wants to be able to have option to adjust. If I keep her happy and comfy shes in the saddle longer and we rider more.
Any help would be great. I have looked at marvels, just looking for more options.
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Marvella's is the only one I've seen that keeps the passenger floorboards.

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I have the Marvella's and was disappointed. They hit the backs of my legs when feet are on ground to the point of being uncomfortable. They are not adjustable and were too high for my passenger. If they work for someone else I will sell mine for 1/2 price.
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Would these work for passenger floorboards? https://www.amazon.com/Kuryakyn-4579...KATHCDSK24E2MM
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I have a set but didn't use them after test mounting. No, you would have to custom mount them as the holes aren't in floor boards. I don't know if it's even possible. I don't think the floor boards would be able to fold up afterwards.

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Would these work for passenger floorboards? https://www.amazon.com/Kuryakyn-4579...KATHCDSK24E2MM

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You can adjust the passenger highway pegs on the Marvella's mounts. I had them set so they would fold back if my leg needed them out of the way. My wife knew to put her feet back on the floorboards when I came to a stop.

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I have the Marvella's and was disappointed. They hit the backs of my legs when feet are on ground to the point of being uncomfortable. They are not adjustable and were too high for my passenger. If they work for someone else I will sell mine for 1/2 price.
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Do you still have the PAssenger pegs? If so I'd buy them and try them
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My wife likes the Marvellas... We have them set as low on the shafts as they'll go without marking the crankcase so that there are 3 options for feet placement (same as my own highway pegs). They can sometimes leave me very little room to get my feet down when we stop - but the advantage of her having those options for feet placement, and the resulting delay in her becoming fatigued (equals less nagging me to take a break), easily outweigh any minor irritations on my behalf.

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