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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-31-2011, 09:15 PM Thread Starter
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I am considering these Harley shift/hwy pegs with the kewlmetal hwy bracket and kuryakyn peg mount for my XC. Anyone currently using this set up? If so, will the pegs fit the Kuryakyn mount? Also, are the stock shift/brake pegs a similar screw-in arrangement (size) of the Harley shift peg, or will some modification be necessary?



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The threads Harley and Victory use to attach the shift and brake pegs are different. I can't recall what they are but H-D's are SAE and Vic's are metric.

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The threads Harley and Victory use to attach the shift and brake pegs are different. I can't recall what they are but H-D's are SAE and Vic's are metric.
RICZ: thanks. Kind of thought that might be the case. I'm primarily interested in the hwy peg set up at this time. It would be nice to have the shift/brake pegs match the hwy pegs, but I can live with stock shift/brake.
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Arlen Ness sells adapter for the shifter or JP cycle sells it too
You unscrew the screw thats in the peg and then screw it the adapter and your set to go.
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