For the parts, I would use a reputable Vic Dealer. You need a pair of front footpeg mounting brackets for a 2010 Vegas Low. The parts are vacuum sealed on a cardboard backing, and contains the left and right brackets, and the shortened gearshift rod. I would firstly check on the offset to the rear - if you look on Google for 2010 Vegas Low (or on a Victory website) it talks about the Vegas Low as having the pegs set further back - see
and the review quotes "For 2010, the seat of the new Vegas has been lowered with 1.4 inches and it is now found at 25.2 inches from the ground, just like on the Vegas 8-Ball. On both models, the footpegs have been brought 2.25 inches closer to the rider
, while the Vegas gets 2-inch pull-back handlebars. Given these changes, we’re expecting a rather comfortable riding position and can’t wait to actually get on one." If you see the Low from the side, and note the location of the footpeg, then compare it to your peg location, the Low peg should appear to be set further back - I would check the difference before you order.
I found that the swapping was easy. On the left side, I disconnected the gear shift rod and then flicked off the clip holding the footpeg retaining pin. I pushed the pin out then the footrest and just lifted it away. I undid the mounting bracket with from the frame (2 allen head bolts) and then reversed the process to refit the new assembly.
Right side is similar, but I needed to undo the brake assembly and the master cylinder. I backed off the hydraulic line very slightly at the banjo bolt...just enough to swivel the banjo, then nipped it tight again. I left the master cylinder and pipes all connected.
The brake pedal is the biggest hassle. I needed good snap ring pliers to remove the pedal from the old lever, then I reduced the width of the lever to allow fitment on to the new mounting bracket (or get the pedal from the 2010 Low - just a suggestion).
When I re-assembled the right hand piece, I remembered to leave 1/4" free play before the pedal puts pressure on the master cylinder.
Sounds complicated - but it's not. I'm just giving advice as to how I made my swap, so please take this as advice only...your own repairs and outcomes are of course at your own discretion!
PM me if you need more info...happy to help if I can.