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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 10-21-2020, 11:38 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone happen to know where these pegs can be got? Not the brackets . Just the pegs and clevis.

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I believe you are correct on the bottom two links. The top one you provided though looks to be for the brake and shift levers, as it appears slimmer and the rubber wraps completely around the peg. The highway foot peg itself though looks to be on the image list of the second link you provided. I appreciate the research you did in providing this info.

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Ah, yes, I see that!
You are welcome!
Although I am not a compensated actor, I highly recommend any of the Kuryakyn products!
I put on a set of highway pegs, well more like pedals on Frogger, and the quality was outstanding!
The chrome was deep and metal was heavy! The craftsmanship was impeccable!

Good stuff, LOL!
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Ah, yes, I see that!
You are welcome!
Although I am not a compensated actor, I highly recommend any of the Kuryakyn products!
I put on a set of highway pegs, well more like pedals on Frogger, and they quality was outstanding!
The chrome was deep and metal was heavy! The craftsmanship was impeccable!

Good stuff, LOL!
I agree with your input as to Kuryakyn quality. I installed a set of their chrome mini led bullet lights in place of the disc reflectors located aft on our bikes and have been quite pleased with them.
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Ditto on the Kuryakyn stuff. I've used several of their products, always top quality.
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Definitely Kuryakyn. I have a set exactly like that. They are great.
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I wouldn't mind knowing where to get those brackets. Anyone know?

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Look for user Garauld. He has a thread in retail therapy with prices, how to contact, etc. Really great person to deal with.
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You can find him here. Send him a PM.
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