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I love those too , but soooo much money ... I have seen them , they are gorgeous !
 

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Damn, Victory/Arlen Ness is very proud of those.

G'day,

Vinish
 

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Yeah I couldn't justify spending that on something I am going to end up grinding in the corners anyways lol
 

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Sketch something similar and take it to a local machine shop. Looks like a $200-$300 job to me.
 

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I have the deep cut black Ness boards and am happy with them. Other than the rubber nubs wearing thin and losing one nub (after almost 30,000 miles) they've held up great.
 

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I have the deep cut black Ness boards and am happy with them. Other than the rubber nubs wearing thin and losing one nub (after almost 30,000 miles) they've held up great.


How are they as far as comfort and not feeling vibration?
 

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There are a lot of really nice floor boards out there for 300.00 - 350.00 too .... Look around Spark , you may see something you like even better .
 

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I have seen the Ness floorboards in person and really nice. I opted for these by Eddie Trotta...get compliments all the time. No rubber and have no problems with slipping
I bought the same ones except in contrast cut. No problem with vibration and I really like the badass look.



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There are a lot of really nice floor boards out there for 300.00 - 350.00 too .... Look around Spark , you may see something you like even better .

I've been looking and you are correct, there are many options available. The Ness ones are so far the ones I like by far the best. And of course wouldn't you know it the most expensive as well. Anyway thanks to all who have responded so far. Even though I know there is no way to justify spending $500 on these I may end up doing it.
 

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More comfortable and less vibration than the original floorboards.
 

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The Eddie Trotta floorboards are great. I have the black and chrome ones. Bought them from Will at Cycleops.

Lots of people comment and ask where to buy them.
 

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Yep, some of the boards can be a little pricey!
Mine are aluminum and I have zero issues with slippage or vibration
I really like the new ones from Sykotic Industries too
 

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