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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-10-2011, 11:58 AM Thread Starter
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Chad,, ROCKS!

I'm sure someone has probably posted something about it before, but I love my new peg mounts so much, I just had to put something up here.

I was really wanting to put some highway pegs on my bike, and after looking into several different options (engine guard, highway bars, make my own, etc...) someone suggested checking out the mounts that Chad sells. So I browsed on over to his site

and ordered a set of the peg mounts. They got here fairly quickly (less than a week if I remember correctly), and even better, they look BEAUTIFUL and mounted extremely easily (aside from my little 'broken stud' incident, which has been greatly expanded upon in another post! Lol). I am very, very pleased with the mounts. On top of it all, Chad was responsive to any questions I had and very friendly and helpful.

If you are looking for some highway cruising comfort, I encourage to check out Chad's site. I am a big fan, and send out major KUDOS to Chad! It's so awesome that he was kind and cool enough to make these available to the rest of us. You rock Chad!

AZ Kev

Arizona Kev

1989 VN750
7800 orig mi when purchased Jan 2011
Turned 11,000 mi Nov 2011
Taillight relocation kit
Chad's highway peg mounts
Emgo Pegs
Aftermarket mirrors
Dunlop D404's

Otherwise, all stock

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-12-2011, 01:28 AM
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I have been contemplating boards and pegs for a while... still thinking about it... i hear noting but great things about them
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floorboards from rock. Very comfortable.
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^^ x2...his floorboards are great!!

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I'm bad with names. May I just call you dumb?
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I don't have any of his stuff, but I do know him and have ridden with him and spent time with him at The Gathering (he makes some wicked chili!). He is one upstanding young man, and you'll never go wrong dealing with him.

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