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I installed the Vision Highway pegs last week. Took them off tonight. My size 13 shoes get wedged between the brake/shift levers and mounting brackets. They don't give me additional leg length either. Tried to mount them upside down, which would position them nicely to stretch out my legs, but I'd be doing ground loops like a Piper Cub in a cross wind.

Are there any aftermarket highway pegs for the Vision that will provide more leg length and not restrict foot movement on the floor board?

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I mounted mine out on the tipovers...

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How did you mount them on the tip over ?


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I drilled thru the tip over from the tip to the back and used extended bolts to mount the footpegs.

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I also used the tip overs to mount my highway pegs. I purchased some mounts form Arizona Victory that bolt on and work well. Good for tall people.

http://www.arizonavictory.com/miscpage_007.asp

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Here is the URL for the adaptors:

http://www.arizonavictory.com/eshopp...ket_for_Ta.htm

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Hatch has some really nice Highway risers that bolt right into the threaded area under the front tipovers (used for eyelet screws during initial shipment from the factory). I have these on my Vision and love them. They are out of the way and can be adjustable.

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Hatch has some really nice Highway risers that bolt right into the threaded area under the front tipovers (used for eyelet screws during initial shipment from the factory). I have these on my Vision and love them. They are out of the way and can be adjustable.

He is selling them through The Gonzo Garage - just search The Gonzo Garage on facebook and PM Mike (owner).
I got a set last week. They're just what I was looking for. Thanks for the referral.
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Have you given any thought to Noemtz's heel blades? They attach under the floor boards, you just flick them out when you need them and tuck them away when you don't. I have had them for years and think they're great. I have really big feet and it's nice to stretch out on long rides. Check them out.
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