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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 10-08-2012, 11:55 PM Thread Starter
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Looking for anyone who has installed the Vision highway pegs with regards to riders hieght... Im 5' 9" with a 30" inseam (shorty legs) and am really missing my highway pegs from my TC. I have seen pics of one Vision with them and the look good but the rider didnt have his legs on them. So if anyone has feedback about the reach as well as any negatives concerning cornering and dragging any part of them. Thanks

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**Bump** Any feedback from those that might be a bit vertically challenged??? Hate to spend the money then find I can't really reach them... lol... Thanks

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I have them on mine and I don't have any problem reaching them. I'm 5'10" with 30" inseam so you shouldn't have an issue. I did drag the tip of one of them the other day, having a little to much fun in some curves. But I was going faster than I should have been.

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Thanks bro, I just couldnt visualize them installed where my boot would be at. Just put them on order... thanks!!!

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No problem.

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Does anyone have some pics of them mounted on a Vision or CCT?
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Does anyone have some pics of them mounted on a Vision or CCT?
Vision, this just didnt give me a solid pic of where my foot would be but I thought it was gonna work. I might swap the pegs with the the Dually Pegs which I have on my TC as one member said it could be a bit of a stretch. here are the two links:

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I am 6' and getting shorter with age.
With the boards in the rear position my legs are extended stright out,
when on the pegs. I use them but after a while they get a little
uncomfortable. But what I find is that I use the bracket that holds
the foot peg to be more comfortable to rest my foot on. Sounds funny
but that is a more comfortable position, heel is down and the sole is held up by the bracket. This is most times more comfortable than with
my legs fully extended out on the pegs. But reguardless one way or
another it is a comfortable set up to use. And they look good.

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I like JB Hatch's toe rests much better. Offers more foot positions, and doesn't force you to throw your legs out so wide. Do a google search and you'll find prolific posts on them on a Vision riders tailored site..... hint hint

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Found them Slinger.. I like it and may be more of what I am looking for on the VV. I used my accy coupon for the Vic pegs, hoping they will work but do like the JB Hatch rests. Will see what happens, one thing I learned is sometimes the purchase turns into a resale after trial an error. Thanks for the feedback both of you all... Safe ridin!!!

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