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Old 02-20-2014, 08:12 AM Thread Starter
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I'm looking for a set of highways pegs that mount to the highway bars on my 2013 Cross Country. Anybody have recommendations? Thanks!

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Old 02-21-2014, 08:14 AM
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I'm looking for a set of highways pegs that mount to the highway bars on my 2013 Cross Country. Anybody have recommendations? Thanks!
It depends how tall you are. Pegs mounted on the XC engine guard bars are way out there, but if you are a tall guy, then the Kuryakyn Longhorn Offset Dually's are a good bet as they are super adjustable.

I'm on the short side, so I got the ones that attach under the floorboard, removed the main peg from the mounting frame then made a custom set that fit me perfectly.
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Those look good! I'm 6-2 and wonder if the highway bar mounts would work. Any tall riders out there using highway pegs?


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Old 02-21-2014, 07:34 PM
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I put the longhorn offsets on mine. I am 6'4". I put them low so I can either put my heel on them or rest my heel on the board and put my toe on the peg. Gives me a great variety of places for my feet on the long rides. Also keeps my legs closer to the engine when it is cold out and the heat feels good.

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Those look good! I'm 6-2 and wonder if the highway bar mounts would work. Any tall riders out there using highway pegs?


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I am only 5'9"...so I am guessing these might be too tight for you. At 6' 2", you would need to stretch your legs out a bit more. Having said that, with the original pegs, they do stick out quite a ways. I felt like a chick in the Gynocologists chair with those on....

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I am 6'3" and used the Kuryakyn Dualli offset pegs mounted to the highway bars. Allows me to stretch out or rest my heels on the floorboard with toes on the pegs.

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Here is a picture of the Kury on the forged bars
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Netnorske...i am also 5'9" and i think your setup would work great on my 2104 XCT. Where did you get the mounting brackets and did you rework something on the footpad or make it from scratch?

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I just installed the Victory OEM highway pegs tonight, went for a ride, I'm 6'3", so far I like them.

BTW, my first post. Just put a 1k miles on my 2014 Victory Cross Country.. LOVE IT!!
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I just installed the Victory OEM highway pegs tonight, went for a ride, I'm 6'3", so far I like them.

BTW, my first post. Just put a 1k miles on my 2014 Victory Cross Country.. LOVE IT!!
I have the Vic OEM (kuryakyn) pegs on my 2013 CC. I'm 6'2" and hardly use them. They are just a bit too far out of reach for me. Of course, if I use the backrest then I am pushed too far forward for my comfort, but I have no issue reaching the pegs then. But I really need to bend the backrest backwards. I think I would have been better off something mounted from the floorboards.

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