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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-01-2009, 09:04 PM Thread Starter
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"MC Enterprises Universal Multi-fit Hi-Way Bar w/Alligator Pegs"

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I have been looking around for quite a while and came up with this 2 kind of highway pegs. Would you guys know if it will fit our VN750??
I've called the vendor for dimensions , in vain

Anyway check it out and tell me out you think, THANKS in advance!!!

I guess my last resort will be trying to find the custom made (if for sale) within our forum!
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The MC Enterprises doesn`t have it listed to fit any Kawis, and the two reviews gave less than glowing endorsements to the quality and ease of installation. IMHO, I would run, not walk, away from this one.

The Accessories International pegs fit 1 1/4 inch engine guard bars. Do you have a guard, and is it made of 1 1/4 bars? If so, the pegs would appear to fit.

I know there are a couple of member made highway pegs in the gallery. Have you looked there?

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thanks for the quick reply Olhosscanada!
well let's forget about option #1 then.
for the second one i was thinking about mounting it straight onto the bike frame since it's 1 1/4 inch too. but has we all know "real estate" on our scoot is rare ... not sure if this will work

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There are a couple of guys who fabbed some brackets, that were bolted to the frame and extended to reach forward ~4-5 inches. One had some Kuryakyn "offset pedals", I believe they were called. I can`t find the picture now, but maybe someone else will post it, or a link to it.

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Fiamm Freeway Blaster horns
F&S luggage rack and engine guard
Kury Offset Hiway pegs
July 13, 2016, Riding on the DARKSIDE now, Classic Radial 165/80-15


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I just bought a set of these. Not real pretty (cast aluminum pegs, tinned, not chrome, steel mounts. Gonna try and polish the pegs then clear coat everything to stave off corrosion. If you have an engine guard, can mount them to it. However, that doesn't extend the leg more than a few inches than the stock pegs do.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Alumi...mZ110396355911

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