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I've been doing some googling but haven't had any luck so far. I'm trying to find a set of passenger pegs that have a 1 or more inch drop from stock height. My girl is comfy on the new bike but she likes her knees a little lower to help with hip comfort. I have the ability and resources to design my own and have them fabricated (would actually just make up some insert pieces to go between the mount and the stock pegs) but it would be much easier (and likely cheaper) to simply buy a set of commercially available parts.
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Did you look at Kuryakyn? I believe they have what you want
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Did you look at Kuryakyn? I believe they have what you want
Indeed they do. Didn't occur to me to google offset pegs rather than lowered pegs or I probably would have found those. Thanks. This should make the mrs. very happy.
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Here's my Kuryakyn arrangement. Very flexible--can adjust peg location anywhere for comfort.
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Ricz Can you post more pic's of your pegs?
Can you tell me all the parts needed to convert the factory pegs to the ones you show in the pic?
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Here's the shopping list from J&P Cycles where I got mine...
+ This is the adapter that goes where the passenger peg was...
http://www.jpcycles.com/product/531-701
+ This is the 4" offset--the 2" is too short and there's plenty clearance for the 4"...
http://www.jpcycles.com/product/550-121
+ These are the pegs I chose as the originals will not work....
http://www.jpcycles.com/product/530-360
I'll see if I have more pictures that show 'em.

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Here's a photo that shows my adjustable and extended passenger peg arrangement shown folded in solo riding position....
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Here's a photo that shows my adjustable and extended passenger peg arrangement shown folded in solo riding position....
cant you tone the shine down? where did you get the
x roads emblem that was in the other picture?

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The X-ROADS emblem on my side covers came from cycleopsusa.com
My bike and my car have to be shiny and good looking to make up for the lack of good looks on the part of the owner.

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maybe thats what makes me so anal with my vehicles.
accentuate the positive. wife wishes i would treat the house
with the same care.

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