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I'm planning on relocating the rear pegs on my Stryker for my long legged wife. Here's what I came up with yesterday. Actual bracket will probably be made from 1/4" steel, the front holes will be treaded/nuts welded to backside & rubber stoppers on the backside so no metal to metal rubbing.

Life keeps me busy but I'm hoping to have these completed in the next couple weeks.

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Nice mock up but you're kinda re-inventing the wheel. Have you seen the relocation brackets for the Warrior? They bolt right up. Similar to what you've made up there. Might take a look at them. I just installed them on mine.
 

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Not on this laptop. I'll try to upload some later on or tomorrow morning. There are a few others on here that have installed them and have pics.
 

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RavenStryker said:
Nice mock up but you're kinda re-inventing the wheel. Have you seen the relocation brackets for the Warrior? They bolt right up. Similar to what you've made up there. Might take a look at them. I just installed them on mine.
The Warrior relocation brackets are nice but my wife likes to lean against the wings(protectors) on the stock rear peg assembly.

Time will tell what I end up with....... I going check with some local machine shops to see what they would charge to make these, 1/4" steel is not easy to play with without the right tools.
 

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Mr. Monte, did you ever make these brackets? I am going to make some at work this week. At least that's the plan.

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I like 'em monte.... Sometimes there is just something satisfying to fabricate stuff yourself... Nobody else will have the same ones!
 

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would the warrior passenger relocation kit work with the v & H twin staggered pipes ?
 

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Mr. Monte, did you ever make these brackets? I am going to make some at work this week. At least that's the plan.

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Wow I feel like a slacker. It's been a year since I started playing with these brackets. I haven't made these yet & now I have Cobra Swepts + I have Cycle-istiC Passenger Peg Relocation Kit #PRK-2 but haven't tried them out yet. Getting the Stryker painted & my parts have been at the painter's place for almost 2 months now :mad:

http://www.cycle-istic.com/PegExtenders.html

I'm still thinking my wife would like the peds abit more forward so I'll do some sort of bracket hopefully soon.

 

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I didn't even realize how old this thread was until after I had asked. Hopefully I will get some made soon . I will post pictures if it works out.

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With a slight adjustment I can use my prototype brackets with my new setup for even more legroom for my long legged wife ;D





 

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Here it is.. should have them done by next week.

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I like 'em!!!!!
Thanks .. I will have the bolts welded in, and have them powder coated. I think they will look like they came on the bike once they are done.

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Re: Re: Rear peg relocation prototype brackets

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SFCMcGan said:
I like 'em!!!!!
Thanks .. I will have the bolts welded in, and have them powder coated. I think they will look like they came on the bike once they are done.

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Do you plan on building a few more sets of these? If yes, then I've got dibs on one! :D
 
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