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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 04-15-2009, 06:04 PM Thread Starter
 
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Mods are done...need highway peg ideas

So everything is done but the highway pegs that go on the engine guards. Does anyone know the Kuryakyn number for those? It was a PITA just chasing down the peg and brake covers since they won't tell you that they fit our bikes.

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the longhhorn offset dually highway pegs from kuryakyn work on my bike. i have the kawasaki engine guard and i got them with the one inch clamp, they work great. try cheapcycleparts.com . get the phone number from the web site call it , use ext #159.the guys name is steve. he helps me out all the time . tell him he sold a set to someone else and he should beable to help you . the price is cheaper . just tell him what size tube your engine guard has and he should be able to find some for you .

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Thanks, you woud think Kuryakyn would be more helpful...I'll call your guy and get all set up.
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Maybe these? only 115 bucks for the longhorns and the duallies)
(and pay no attention to the pic - it's the dually foot rests you get)

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/4575-...4506.m20.l1116

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before you order any footpegs make sure you measure the tubes one your hightway bars, not trying to imply that you would not do this first, but i looked at the link that msh1156 posted and it was for 1 1/4 clamps. hate to see you pay shipping twice , not tomention re-stocking fees
good luck and let me know what you find

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Very helpful thread! I'm mid-mod on my sled but this helps me a lot!

Please let me know which pegs you decide on!
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Yeah I got the Kuri Iso highway pegs. I used 1inch clamps. But I have the Kawasaki engine guard which is bad for putting pegs on cuz it is offset and for my height I can't get the pegs as far forward, and out as I would like. I would need the right angle clamps. Your engine guard looks better for that, cuz you can put the clamps on the side. So you can get the pegs further out and forward.

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i have the kawasaki engene guard and with a few adjustments i got them where i want them . i am 5'8" sometimes 5'7" depends who measures me i guess. i have plenty of leg room with the kuri pegs i have mentioned

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