Highway pegs

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Highway pegs

Post by jgeckeler »

Just bought an ‘05. Coming up from a ‘93. The ‘05 didn’t have highway pegs. Thought I’d save a few $$$ reusing the ones from the ‘93. Are they compatible at all or is this a wasted effort? I loosely installed the left side and it’s waaay low. Maybe a 15 degree angle down. I feel like a heavy duty rubber spacer on that back part that hooks under the, what I’m going to call, the engine block, would bring it up a bit. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks! -J

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Re: Highway pegs

Post by Andy Cote »

Congratulations on the new ride.

Those look like common Kuryakyn brand pegs and mounts. You could probably clamp to the vertical bar and rotate the arms around. You can check their site and see if there are different mounting blocks or arms that might work better for you.
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Re: Highway pegs

Post by Rambozo »

Some fitting required.

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