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Highway pegs for use with canyon cages

I purchased canyon cages with my 2013 FJR1300A. I am looking for highway pegs to attach to canyon cages. Thanks I attached a picture of pegs on another FJR. Please let me know what you use and or where I might find these
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I never thought they壇 serve any purpose, due to the ergonomics and angles of the FJR. Today,
I found that I could put my feet on the t-Rex bumpers that protrude from the t-Rex engine cages. Felt great. I知 sold. I知 going to order t-Rex highway pegs for my engine guards.

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I have handle bar risers also that makes ergo different. Can you send picture of your T. rex canyon cages
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Nomad57,
The diameter of your guards will determine what highway pegs will work. I recently purchased a pair of T-Rex Racing HYWY pegs to go with their 7/8" Dia. engine guards. They also offer them in 1" Dia. I am very pleased with the T-Rex pegs, as they are almost infinitely adjustable. On long rides a well-positioned set of highway peg are priceless.
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Would you mind sharing a picture of your installation. As a boomer I知 a visual guy
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It looks like I put the same pegs on my Canyon Cages on my '13 that you have a picture of. Can't recall where I bought them, probably Ebay. They work great, but I never set the sole of my feet on them, I rest the back of my lower calves on them and that let's my legs stretch out straight.
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Check the clearance for those bolt heads around your engine case. From the photo it looks like it痴 touching...will give you an unhappy surprise one day, usually when you are 100miles from home at night on a deserted road and no cell service!

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