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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 04-03-2013, 05:56 PM Thread Starter
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Default Vegas Passenger Peg Bracket Dimensions

As an avid fabricator, I am looking to build my own passenger peg brackets but haven't been able to look at any up-close. Would anyone mind taking a picture or two of how/where they mount and possibly a dimension or two for how far the brackets stick out from the mounting hole surface?

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i have an 05 vegas are they all the same? ill pull mine off and make you a drawing if theyll work

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I'll be ordering a set next week (after get paid from second job). I'll try to get pics and measurements before install. I'll be ordering them through a shop (same place that will be installing them), so I'll have to catch them before they put them on the bike.

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I would assume they'd be the same for an 05? I would greatly appreciate either of you getting that info!

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I was planning on doing this for my 2007 Vegas. I don't want to run with the rear pegs, but the saddle bag bracket uses the same mount. So, I have no choice, but the leave them on.
I was going to carve something out of 3/4 aluminum bar stock. Here are some pictures and dimensions.
Hope is works out for you.

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Forgot to add the thickness. It's 3/4" from bottom pad to saddlebag mounting pad.

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Im def gonna try this. Thanks

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Default Finished Peg Delete Brackets

I gave myself a Fathers Day present, by finally finishing the brackets to be able to remove the rear peg brackets while still using saddle bags.

I used a chuck of 3/4 x 1-1/2 aluminum and used a varity of saws, files and sandpaper to mold these to fit.

Took several hours of work and funny, as so little of it shows when on the bike.

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