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    Highway Pegs

    I really need to get highway pegs for my Street Glide. I have been missing them with this Harley, especially on the longer rides. Anyone have any they would recommend?

    I am thinking about the Kuryakyn Tour-Tech Gloss Black Trident Dually Pegs. Anyone have any experience with them?

    https://www.jpcycles.com/product/712...nt-dually-pegs

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    I don't have any highway pegs either. So I will be watching this thread for any advice. Those look pretty good but would like info on the pros and cons if you get them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by A1A View Post
    I don't have any highway pegs either. So I will be watching this thread for any advice. Those look pretty good but would like info on the pros and cons if you get them.
    Cheers
    I installed them and will try them out this weekend. It is much easier if you have someone to install it with you to get it just right. I like to be able to lean my boot heal on the floorboard and rest the front of my foot on the peg. I also like it to be comfortable if I put my whole foot on the peg. It took a bit of adjustment to make it just right so my husband did the adjusting while I sat on the bike and figured out what position worked best for me. They look good on the bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DebbieW View Post
    I installed them and will try them out this weekend. It is much easier if you have someone to install it with you to get it just right. I like to be able to lean my boot heal on the floorboard and rest the front of my foot on the peg. I also like it to be comfortable if I put my whole foot on the peg. It took a bit of adjustment to make it just right so my husband did the adjusting while I sat on the bike and figured out what position worked best for me. They look good on the bike.

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    They look nice! Let us know how they work!

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    I used the Harley pegs. They work well and tuck away at my lowers when not in use.
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    I went with Ciro frame mounted pegs, cost a bit more but I just wrapped up a 5K ride and loved them. I had past pegs mounted to the guard but just didn't feel right for me. Also, I am 6'3"

    https://ciro3d.com/collections/highw...ts#description

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    I have HD crash car pegs and use them alot. I want to add a set of the Jac-knife style too. These retract / flip in and out by mounting under the stock rider floorboards.

    I contacted the manufacturer a few weeks ago and he said that they are only building gun modification parts right now but they are going to make a few sets that this year. He is going to let me know when they are ready.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BillyBob View Post
    They look nice! Let us know how they work!
    Very happy with them. Heading up to Maine tomorrow for a week so I will get a good chance to really test them out. Tomorrow will be a 500 mile day.
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