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Old 06-14-2017, 11:42 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Which Foot pegs are you running?

Im looking into replacing the somewhat small foot pegs. Im thinks about either the swingwing pegs or the wing minis. I think the swingwing might be a little more gimmicky than actually practical. but would love to hear from people with experience with them.
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Foot pegs? I put some really nice floorboards on mine and I have so much more leg room and it just sits so much better.
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I'm running Kuryakyn folding boards. They're awesome.
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Also a board man, Kury mini's front and rear. love them!

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I use the Kury Trident pegs and love them but it all depends on what you want.
P.S. I also mounted them backwards to get more legroom...
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I use the ISO pegs, floorboards will limit your lean angle
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Have the swingwings and like them. Had the switchblades at first. The wings are a big improvement. They are like mini boards but have the option of folding them out for a little extra room on long rides. They may be hard to reach extended if you don't have long legs though
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Mini floor boards. Around $100.

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I have cobra swept floorboards. awesome!!!
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Kurykan Mini spear!

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