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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 05-25-2014, 03:16 PM Thread Starter
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Default hammer s footpeg brackets on my 8ball

Needed to stretch my legs
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Good fit. How much forward movement does that give you...and what do you about the shifter rod?

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It moves the pegs 2 inches forward. Noticeable difference. I bought the rod for the hammer s too. Easy peazy

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Would you mind posting a pic of your bike showing the bars and the pipe...I'm "planning"...

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Haven't taken a pic with the new peg location but this is recent
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Oh yeah!...man, your bike looks great!

Those bars look MASSIVE!...what model are they?

Also, did lowering it effect the ride at all?...as in, did it make it stiffer?

I really like that pipe too...does it have a baffle in it?

Very nice.

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The pipe has a baffle in it. It sounds great. Its loud but not obnoxious. The bars are from burleigh. There from Australia. I got a progressive mono shock. It lowers it 2 inches. Its just a better quality shock. U feel the road a lot better but it dampens the ride fine. Kinda like the difference in driving a sports car as oppose to a Cadillac. If u wanted to lower it with the factory shock I have a lowering bracket i'm selling

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Oh yeah!...man, your bike looks great!

Those bars look MASSIVE!...what model are they?

Also, did lowering it effect the ride at all?...as in, did it make it stiffer?

I really like that pipe too...does it have a baffle in it?

Very nice.
Yeah TUFF handlebars aren't they?...I got 'em on my Vegas too.
They're just up the road from me, Top Quality bars.
Here's the link http://www.burleighbars.com.au/

Blackbetty those Hammer peg mounts vs Vegas, do they give any more ground clearance on bends?...my Vegas Low could do with a bit more.

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Well, in all honesty, I'm in the process of buying a 2013 Hammer as we speak, and I'm not exactly sure what I want to do...other than to definitely change the stock bars...I just don't like their looks at all...and I like forward foot controls...had them on both my Harley Night Trains, and they make a world of difference in comfort, in my opinion.

As far as lowering it, I'm not sure...my present Night Train was lowered when I got it...looked great...but rode like a stage coach in the old west...practically a "hard tail"...so I changed it.

Hey, Mad Max...I mean Motorbikerx, lol...yeah those Burleigh Bars are choice...like about everything from "down under" it seems!

Got a picture of your Vegas?

Oh, and about that "Easter bullshit" remark...better watch out, mate...that "Big 'Roo in the Sky" just might scatter some gravel around the next bend when you come around dragging your pegs...you never know!

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Well, in all honesty, I'm in the process of buying a 2013 Hammer as we speak, and I'm not exactly sure what I want to do...other than to definitely change the stock bars...I just don't like their looks at all...and I like forward foot controls...had them on both my Harley Night Trains, and they make a world of difference in comfort, in my opinion.

As far as lowering it, I'm not sure...my present Night Train was lowered when I got it...looked great...but rode like a stage coach in the old west...practically a "hard tail"...so I changed it.

Hey, Mad Max...I mean Motorbikerx, lol...yeah those Burleigh Bars are choice...like about everything from "down under" it seems!

Got a picture of your Vegas?

Oh, and about that "Easter bullshit" remark...better watch out, mate...that "Big 'Roo in the Sky" just might scatter some gravel around the next bend when you come around dragging your pegs...you never know!
exactly what Id expect from a God of Fear...God bless you too mate.
pic of my bike, yeah sure.
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Lloydz 109"cube big bore
" " 495 cams
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Progressive 465 rear shock
Kingpin USD Forks
18" XC front wheel
1 3/4" 'Burleigh Bars'
Stebel air horn
12.106 @110.90mph
114/123

Victory Cross Country 2010 (106)
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Maximus
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