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I want to order highway pegs for my Voyager but don't know the size. My bike is out of town. Anyone know the diameter of the crash bar? Appreciate the help.
 

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I think they are an odd size.

I got mine used and from a fellow Vulcan Forum member, so I knew they would fit. The down size is that I don't know what size they are to help you...

Mine are the Kuryakyn Tour-Tech and I love the position they are mounted.

 

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Kury Tourtech's or Longhorn Dually's seem to be the highway pegs of choice... and your crash bars are 1 1/4" diameter.

I added 2" extensions to my Longhorns to get them in the same position I was used to on the Nomad. Tourtech's look like they're a little longer, and closer to the boards without extensions required. I wanted them close enough to give me 3 options for foot positions.
 

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Thanks everyone. Will order some shortly. Hadn't looked at Leather.com but will check them out.
 

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Thanks again. Ordered the Kuryakyn Longhorn Dually highway pegs this morning.
 

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I have my Kuryakyn highway pegs positioned so I can have my heel on the floorboards and my toes on the pegs, as well as my feet on the pegs when I want to really stretch out.
 

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I have my Kuryakyn highway pegs positioned so I can have my heel on the floorboards and my toes on the pegs, as well as my feet on the pegs when I want to really stretch out.
That sounds like a good idea. Take a pic when you have time, if you don't mind.
 

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That's what I meant when I said I wanted 3 options for foot positions. On the boards alone, heel on boards & toes on pegs, and on the pegs alone.

I find I spend 90% of any distance ride in the middle heel / toe position. I'd guess that's to do with the slightly shorter ergonomics of the Voyager compared to the Nomad?
 
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