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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-24-2012, 07:57 PM Thread Starter
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I want to move my pegs on my vegas forward 2-3", how far can a person go without extending the brake line? Does anyone know if the stock shifter linkage is 1/4" fine thread, or a metric threaded rod? I looked at some of the ones out there, and it shows 2 or 4" forward mounts, but not 3", or at least I didn't see them, and it looks like the 2" ones just get a longer shifter linkage, but the 4" gets the brake line extended, thats why I am asking about 3". thanks

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I have never seen a 3" package, only 2" and 4". You can always go custom.

I installed the witchdoctors 2" set up on my old JP. It worked slick and quick without a hitch. There was a noticeable difference in stretch.

I didn't have any issues with anything.

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Anyone have pics with 4" extensions on their bikes?

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I ordered a set of the chrome ones from victoryonly, I checked with your site Noemz but you were out of stock, sorry, I will save your site and keep it in mind in the future though!

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