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I am in the process of looking for Highway Pegs or mini floorboards for two different spots. Actually 3 with the passenger floorboards still undecided.

I have kewlmetal floorboards, that have a mount that I bought to add additional highway pegs off to the side of the floorboards. I also bought the kewlmetal mounts for the highway bars and pegs can be mounted on those as well. I figured I would have plenty of places to place my feet when on longer trips.

There are so many pegs and mini floorboards out there. I just had to ask what everyone else is using.

I am leaning towards two different sets.

First I wanted to try the Kuryakyn 4450 iso wings:



http://www.ebay.com/itm/Kuryakyn-445...d31cbc&vxp=mtr

And then maybe the kuryakyn pegs for the other spot:



http://www.ebay.com/itm/KURYAKYN-ISO...564a15&vxp=mtr

I also found kuryakyn passenger floorboards with mounts for the passenger. I was wondering if anyone has these installed on their cross country? And if you do please show some pictures.

199.00 with mounts



http://www.ebay.com/itm/VICTORY-CROS...56f259&vxp=mtr

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I don't find a need with the factory busted so big. But my brother went with switchblades on his street glide. I think that's what they are called. Pretty cool. Hit a button on outer side of floor board and a foot peg flips out and then pull back in concealed under your floorboards.


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I don't find a need with the factory busted so big. But my brother went with switchblades on his street glide. I think that's what they are called. Pretty cool. Hit a button on outer side of floor board and a foot peg flips out and then pull back in concealed under your floorboards.


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I've seen them. They are pretty cool, just not my idea of comfortable. Trying to balance your heel on the blade part seems somewhat tricky.

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I am currently looking at buying a set of these:

Those seems like they mount on the highway bars on our cross bikes. Probably much cheaper than my route. I had to buy the mounts, then the adapters, now I have to buy the male pegs. Seems like that is a little extreme. 3 different parts to mount highway pegs. Oh well, I already bought two of them. I have the mounts and adapter. I'm on the home stretch now.

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I am currently looking at buying a set of these:

Looks like those attach under the floor boards, is that correct?

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Looks like those attach under the floor boards, is that correct?
Might just be. Wonder where you order those?

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I had switchblades on my Harley and I didn't find them that comfortable plus they were always coming loose on me. The ones pictured above mount below the floorboards, and I know that it's not much, but I hesitate to give up any lean angle that I might need in the twisties. Yes, I do drag my floorboards occasionally. - Mike

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Yes, those mount under the floorboards. I have a set that I'm not using. Will sell half price.

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I had switchblades on my Harley and I didn't find them that comfortable plus they were always coming loose on me. The ones pictured above mount below the floorboards, and I know that it's not much, but I hesitate to give up any lean angle that I might need in the twisties. Yes, I do drag my floorboards occasionally. - Mike
I was worried about that as well using the floorboard mounts I bought. I don't want anything scraping in the twisties.

I bought these floorboards, mounts, and adapters:

Floorboards:

http://www.kewlmetalstore.com/produc...roducts_id=682


Brackets:

http://www.kewlmetalstore.com/produc...roducts_id=761

Adapters:

http://www.kewlmetalstore.com/produc...roducts_id=232

Then any male mount floorboard pegs will fit.

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