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ROKS
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foot pegs

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Im looking for the name of the foot rest with a long arm that swings down, attaches on the vertical tube at the lower running light. Thank You in advance!


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I think you might be talking about Mick-o-pegs.
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Thanks, that is exactly what I was looking for
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Thank You Rambozo! Now with 15 different models of Mico-pegs, does anybody have a good suggestion for a 2012 with Kuryakan floor boards. my in seem is 32 and the bike has a sidecar, the right side is practically impossible imo, what say you? Thanks!
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ROKS wrote: Tue Aug 15, 2023 10:02 am Thank You Rambozo! Now with 15 different models of Mico-pegs, does anybody have a good suggestion for a 2012 with Kuryakan floor boards. my in seem is 32 and the bike has a sidecar, the right side is practically impossible imo, what say you? Thanks!
I went with the KB model. They should be about right for you with your 32" inseam.
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I would have rather had the KA for my 34" inseam, but they were out of stock when I wanted to get them in before a trip. One of the guys I emailed with said that he and his brother are both long legged and would have the KA based on that, but preferred the 1" shorter KB to leave their legs at a slightly bent angle instead of stretched out. Since I was trying to get them in before a trip I went ahead and ordered the KBs. Something happened and they were delayed and didn't arrive until after our trip.

After getting them installed and after a few trips since then I think I would have preferred the KAs and extra inch. If I didn't like my legs stretched out I could adjust them to be a little closer. I've done my best to adjust the KBs out and angled as best I can and they are okay. Not enough of pain in the knee to order another set of KAs or just the blocks, which is an option, but they alone are almost as much as a full set.


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