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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 06-28-2011, 01:37 PM Thread Starter
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2001 highway pegs

Was thinking of making a purchase on some 01 pegs for my 89, worried attaching them to the frame, is it even possible without an engine guard.

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Here are brackets that attach to the frame, that you can hook those pegs up to.
http://www.chadsbike.com/highwaymounts.htm

Do a search there is a lot more information on this subject.

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Thanks Keyman, If there is other information please share with me, This isn't my main concern atm, something I'd like to have eventually. I'll message the seller about the bolts.

Thank you!

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2001 highway pegs?


That's alot of pegs, you only need two you know.....

Check my flikr site on building your own highway pegs.

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Your a lunatic!
http://www.flickr.com/photos/knifemaker1954/1489997361

I'm starting to see that the engine cage is stock on the newer machines.

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Your a lunatic!
http://www.flickr.com/photos/knifemaker1954/1489997361

I'm starting to see that the engine cage is stock on the newer machines.
How is it you found that photo and I can't ?

All model years were the same.... Not sure what you are talking about as "stock" ...

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Hahaha, I mean OEM nice workshop too, I just don't have acess to the machines to do fabrication ill have to buy the parts as I go.

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I do not know of a single cruiser that has an OEM Engine/Crash/Highway Bar. Honda's engine guards are made by Hondaline, Kawasaki's are made by Fire and Steel, and so on and so forth.. each is sold as an aftermarket accessory installed by the dealer. even the Hardly bars are not stock but an upgrade. I know.. I been looking at ordering a bike factory direct while I am deployed so I can get it with out taxs and stealership markups.. but I can't get any accessories since they are all dealer items and not OEM items
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Those pegs must come from one of those things, must have all been aftermarket indeed,

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