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stock front pegs for a 2004

My bike has floorboards. I want to remove them and install the factory footpegs.
I did alot of searching on this site and online and I am confused.
Do I need new footpegs or do I unbolt the floorboards from their brackets (2 bolts) and install the new footpegs on the brackets?
Where do I get a set of factory front footpegs?
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Go to cheapcycleparts.com or bikebandit.com and look up your year bike(although for pegs I think they're all the same) and go to the fiche for footrests. It will show you an exploded view of all the parts for the OEM pegs. You can then determine which pieces you're missing. You can also find whole assemblies often on ebay and sometimes here in the SELL/SWAP section.

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Some people, like myself, just unbolted the stock pegs (via the two bolt) and bolt on homemade floorboards. There may be other aftermarket floorboards that attached some other way. Perhaps a photo of what yours looks like would help us figure out what you have....
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Some people, like myself, just unbolted the stock pegs (via the two bolt) and bolt on homemade floorboards. There may be other aftermarket floorboards that attached some other way. Perhaps a photo of what yours looks like would help us figure out what you have....
Its not the greatest picture but here is what I have....
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Some people, like myself, just unbolted the stock pegs (via the two bolt) and bolt on homemade floorboards. There may be other aftermarket floorboards that attached some other way. Perhaps a photo of what yours looks like would help us figure out what you have....
You have knifemakers floorboards that dariv describes.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/knifema...7602271287978/

Get the parts as wolflrv suggests.
#34028C in the diagram -need 2 @$14.82 each +s&h ---- step,fr, rubber
http://www.bikebandit.com/houseofmot...m4555#sch51802

Or swap with someone who wants floorboards.

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You have knifemakers floorboards that dariv describes.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/knifema...7602271287978/

Get the parts as wolflrv suggests.
#34028C in the diagram -need 2 @$14.82 each +s&h ---- step,fr, rubber
http://www.bikebandit.com/houseofmot...m4555#sch51802

Or swap with someone who wants floorboards.
So I assume the floorboards I have are bolted directly to the original footpeg bases. The only things I am missing are the rubber pads and the bolts to mount them. I need to order 2pcs of the 34028C and the 4 bolts for them. Maybe somebody here on the forum has them or wants to swap for my knifemaker floor boards.
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You will have several people wanting to trade with you. Keep a close look on this thread and I am sure you will have takers soon. I made my own floorboards like knifemaker, it is hard to believe you really do not like them. They are soo much more comfortable than the OM rubber foot pegs.

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Crap... I just boxed up my set of stock rubber pads two days ago....but as mentioned, there should be several members out there wit a set who got my or Chads floorboards.

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So I assume the floorboards I have are bolted directly to the original footpeg bases. The only things I am missing are the rubber pads and the bolts to mount them. I need to order 2pcs of the 34028C and the 4 bolts for them. Maybe somebody here on the forum has them or wants to swap for my knifemaker floor boards.
If you have to buy them, note that 34028C is just the diagram number, NOT the Kaw part number.

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Relocated R/R
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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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https://www.vn750.com/forum/showthread.php?t=9127
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