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07-09-2020 10:08 AM
fauxfjr
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Originally Posted by jtdunc View Post
As MCL seems to be out of business.

Looking for some passenger peg lowering brackets so the wife can ride with me more comfortably.

Anyone order,ed installed and used these German-made Bruudtcnc passenger peg lowering brackets?





How was the fitment?

Did passengers like?

Would like to know the general turnaround time too.

I ordered the pegs from Bruudt as well. It took roughly a month but coming from Germany I wasn't surprised. He noted on his site that they don't work on the 2016 FJR, but I have a 2016 and they worked for me. My wife hated the seat and seating position, but with these she's much happier. I was initially concerned that it would affect the center stand or that it would put her feet too close to mine or that it would put her feet too close to the exhaust, but none of those proved to be an issue.
08-13-2019 01:29 AM
H20man
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Originally Posted by jtdunc View Post
Thank you!

JT, I can show you what I am doing as well if you are interested.
08-13-2019 01:12 AM
jtdunc Thank you!
08-12-2019 03:57 PM
marcelost Pardon me, I should said it took me 10 days
08-12-2019 03:56 PM
marcelost I forgot to answer your question about the turn around...
I took 10 days from the moment I placed the order
08-12-2019 03:54 PM
marcelost I do have them installed on my 16' and my wife love them
Great quality parts and they look OEM
I do recommend them
Ride safe
Marcelo
08-11-2019 05:42 PM
jtdunc As MCL seems to be out of business.

Looking for some passenger peg lowering brackets so the wife can ride with me more comfortably.

Anyone order,ed installed and used these German-made Bruudtcnc passenger peg lowering brackets?





How was the fitment?

Did passengers like?

Would like to know the general turnaround time too.
08-20-2018 03:05 PM
Capnkt Chris,

Sorry for the delay. I am glad to hear that yours bolted up well.

I have Vance & Hines slip ons and they didn't fit correctly. Additionally the left one interfered with the center stand.

My buddy has a machine shop, so after a few mods they finally fit like they are supposed to. My wife loves the lowered position,
08-18-2018 06:31 PM
ShoopCE The lowering arms arrived from Germany and they look and work great. They look so much a part of the bike that you really need to look to see that they are add ons.

There was no hassle with shipping from Germany. But it took a while, 3 weeks, and the tracking systems had no info for a week after DHL put the package on the ship and before it somehow materialized in Cincinnati OH in the USPS system. The vendor shipped this with a signature required - added a day.

The 2016 passenger pegs slipped right in. I found that the difference for the later foot pegs is simply that Yamaha started using a softer rubber with more of an air bubble that might be intended to provide better vibration isolation. The prior version were like the peg covers on my 2008 FZ6, harder rubber, simple flat solid core strip that has the same mounting points for two screws. I'm replacing the covers on my rider peg with the older version. The 2-yr old pegs on by bike are getting torn up.

Time to ride!
08-03-2018 03:18 AM
Bill Lumberg They need to make rider lowering brackets.
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