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Allrighty, been searching for a post for a longer rear brake and shift peg. All i can find is with links that don't work. Can anyone help me find an affordable peg that's a few inches longer than the 2016 XC pegs i have now. Im a 5'9" and its a pigeon toe dance fest getting my foot on that brake peg..not sure why shift peg seems easier. Thankx everyone..love my bike..cant wait to get her on the open road for a long ride.:nerd
 

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Allrighty, been searching for a post for a longer rear brake and shift peg. All i can find is with links that don't work. Can anyone help me find an affordable peg that's a few inches longer than the 2016 XC pegs i have now. Im a 5'9" and its a pigeon toe dance fest getting my foot on that brake peg..not sure why shift peg seems easier. Thankx everyone..love my bike..cant wait to get her on the open road for a long ride.:nerd
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Like doobliss (see post #3, above), I went with Dain's replacement system. I got the extra wide "Regular Long Horn"; see attached pic on my XCT. I know you mentioned pegs, but you might want to consider this for the brake side. I'm 5'9", too, 29-30" inseam, and that pedal made it a lot easier for me to use the rear brake.
 

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I'm with Bill P. If you notice mine is thru bolted! Because I broke the stock one trying to get it off... Fricken bear clawed it! My suggestion is don't break it! Dain is a great guy, and I love the bigger peddle!
 

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These guys have done a great job answering your question but I thought I would throw something out there. The pedals on the XC are actually adjustable, meaning you can adjust them backward or forward to better fit your height. I know I saw a Witchdoctors DIY video on it at some point but when I just now looked briefly I wasn't able to find it. It is out there, though.
 

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Actually , I think I owe him a couple coffees .....:ride:
 

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These guys have done a great job answering your question but I thought I would throw something out there. The pedals on the XC are actually adjustable, meaning you can adjust them backward or forward to better fit your height. I know I saw a Witchdoctors DIY video on it at some point but when I just now looked briefly I wasn't able to find it. It is out there, though.
There's a single hex-bolt under each floorboard. The lever heights can also be adjusted, just the other day....after two years of ownership, I finally made it easier to get my boot under the shifter.....:rolleyes:

Actually , I think I owe him a couple coffees .....:ride:
yes you do and you know how I am about payment.....
 

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Thanks for the input. My problem isnt placement front to back. I need the peg to come out further away from the bike.. A longer peg is what im looking for...that big tank forces a larger bow in these short legs lololol
 

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Got one of these for my Indian Vintage toe shifter. When I picked up a 2013 Vic CR I got two, one for shifter, one for brake. Fits Vic's just fine, reasonable cost and they are longer than the average peg (3.5").

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