1.25" highway pegs


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ksgjlg
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1.25" highway pegs

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I am looking at highway pegs. If I buy 1 1/4" pegs can I make those work with a spacer of some sort? Harley pegs are sometimes half the price of Goldwing pegs of the same design


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kwthom
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Re: 1.25" highway pegs

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The unique part is everything *but* the peg. :shock:

I had the Ergo II Highway Pegs by Kuryakyn on my '06. When I was on a ride that another rider lost it as a result of having his pegs deployed, I'd decided I'd spend a bit more and never worry about that again.

My current bike has RIVCO Black Anodized AeroPeg® Flip-out Highway Pegs on it.

Assuming you have fabrication skills, I'm certain you could build something that would work.
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Re: 1.25" highway pegs

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Plus 1 on RIVCO Aero-pegs. Also look at Mic-O-Pegs.

As above, the only difference is the clamp. Name brand pegs will be the same price for either size clamp. There may some super cheap pegs out there that are sold to fit HD. Clamps could be changed or modified but you still have some super cheap pegs.
2015 Goldwing, basic black

Previously: GL1200 standard, GL1200 Interstate, GL1500 Goldwing, GL1500 Valkyrie Standard, 2000 Valkyrie Interstate, many other Hondas
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