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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 05-15-2014, 04:25 PM Thread Starter
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Default Passenger floorboards.

So, I've got stock passenger pegs and want to replace them with floorboards. I ordered the Hi Line Passenger Floorboards from Witchdoctors.

They were nice enough to call me and ask if I had the floorboard kit.

So, my question is, do I need to have some kind of kit to add passenger floorboards to my XC??

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Yes the arms are different for the boards than they are for the pegs.

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Yes the arms are different for the boards than they are for the pegs.
Ugh. That's going to be an expensive addition. Thanks!!

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I really want to add a set of passenger floor boards.....but its a real pain in the ass on Vic XC for such a simple thing. I don't know if its worth the hassle and expense.

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Is there no one out there producing passenger floor boards that just bolt on to where the current stock pegs are???????
Is there a reason that it cant be done?
I work at a place where we have our own CNC shop and the guy that runs it just bought a Vision so i've asked him to look at it. Ive got a Cross Roads Classic.

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I really want to add a set of passenger floor boards.....but its a real pain in the ass on Vic XC for such a simple thing. I don't know if its worth the hassle and expense.
I was thinking the same thing. I had a solo seat on my last bike and never had a passenger in 41000 KMS. I just think the boards look better than the peg sticking up with the large mounting arm. Be nice just to remove it all.

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Im just gonna have to assume there is a good reason that floorboards aren't available using the existing peg mounts. I had boards on my last bike and my wife would prefer them over pegs so im just doing what im told!!!!!

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There is a cheaper way. Kuryakyn floorboards with an adapter. Don't have the part numbers, but my dealer had them in stock. They even recommended the change when I asked for a cheaper alternative to the factory boards.
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There is a cheaper way. Kuryakyn floorboards with an adapter. Don't have the part numbers, but my dealer had them in stock. They even recommended the change when I asked for a cheaper alternative to the factory boards.
If you could somehow get the part numbers that would be very helpful!!

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Straight from the Kuryakyn web page
http://www.kuryakyn.com/Products/159...rs-Sport-Bikes
For the adapters
http://www.kuryakyn.com/Products/388...ed-Floorboards
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