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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-02-2020, 12:47 PM Thread Starter
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Cruiser pegs

Has anyone put a set of forward cruiser pegs on and did you find s kit or did you have to manufacture them?
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I have thought about it and to do a clean install looks challenging. I going to look into making running boards instead. Highway pegs often include some type of crash bar also, which may be the problem for looking nice.

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What are "cruiser pegs"? Do you mean "Highway pegs"? I offer them but they do not fit onto crash bars.

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What are "cruiser pegs"? Do you mean "Highway pegs"? I offer them but they do not fit onto crash bars.
took me less then 10 minutes each side to install his pegs ...can't get a cleaner install

The instructions really really sucked.. I
had to simply reference a few photos on here to get it done ..
I REALLY dont understand not getting some instructions that include a few step by step photos ..let's say 4 photos..
Would that add more then 4 cents to the cost ( because of the paper and ink) ?
I know it was not a difficult install ...maybe 2 on a scale of 10 But why should we have to figure anything out when you could have included a full size sheet of paper., ( a 1/4 size sheet with you on you bike was .. um ... less then Ideal )
Again the product was as is awesome ....
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That's the first good feedback I had about adding more photos to the instructions. I will include more images on future orders.

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