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Hi, more questions, I just looked at the witch doctor site, can anyone using them tell me how thick the metal is on their 2" or 4" extensions? I want to space my controls out a little and wondering if they will go out far enough. I am also looking at some iso pegs, the switchblade ones and it looks like I can get extensions for them if needed. thanks
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To add to this, how far forward can I go and still use a crashbar? thanks

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Well, did some looking through the jackpot forum, found that I can go 2" on the extensions with out any brake line extending. And for the pegs, I looked at the Kury site and from what I could tell the harley mounts should work with the victory mounts. I ordered a set of 2.5" peg extensions, now just to get some pegs, looking at the duallys now as well. Still no answer about the crashbar though.

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Anyone have a pic of their vegas with 4" extensions on, I am trying to picture what they would look like, I think thats the way I need to go, thanks

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how tall are you!? 4" extensions? I'm 6'2" and I'm thinking about 2" extensions, but I have crash bars. 2" may get close with foot clearance.
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I am 6'3", was thinking of doing 2" but then I measured out to where 4" would be using the heel of my boot, and seeing where 4" is actually at, and I think 2 will be to short for what I want, I am use to having my feet out in front of me though, in the stock location my butt starts to fall asleep from my legs being to crunched.

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I just ordered a set of the 4" chrome ones from Victoryonly? I think thats the name of the site, I guess I will see how they are when they show up.

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Ok, got my 4" kit and got it installed, what do those of you that are running extension kits do about brake pedal adjusment? My pedal could come back some. thanks

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