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passiv
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Footpegs

Post by passiv » Sun Sep 04, 2016 3:26 pm

I'm glad to let you guys know I found a guy who sells lower footpegs ! Mine are 30mm lower, 20mm set to back.
The price was 78eur with shipping!

He is selling these options :
1) -15low
2) -20low
3) -30low
4) -20low / -20back
5) -30low / -20back

sizes:
a) standard = 90x52 (€78/set)
b) Rally = 115x55 (€89/set)
c) EXTRA BiG XL =130x70 (€95/set)

contact : bosley[at]centrum[dot]cz

I met him personally as he lives just an hour ride from me at the border of neighbor country - seems like these were not his first footpegs.
The footpegs are made of stainless steel.
Today i mounted them up and what a relief to my knees !

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Re: Lower footpegs

Post by passiv » Sun Sep 04, 2016 3:33 pm

The pegs as they are are awesome, HOWEVER i am unable to set the shifter lever low enough as the shape of the lever interferes with bikes frame when set in a position i want it - you cannot shift down in this setting.

Has anyone found a shifter lever with round cross section rather then the almost square one of stock shifter?
Also it would be cool if it did not interfere with the sidestands spring - but i believe this is not such a big problem - i can live with that.
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Thanks!

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Re: Lower footpegs

Post by passiv » Sun Sep 04, 2016 3:42 pm


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Re: Footpegs

Post by passiv » Sun Sep 04, 2016 7:21 pm

Also noticed it is not only the rubber chain guard, but hole on which it is screwed on, that does not allow shift arm to move further down - i'd rather not modify this if there is a possbility of different shifter arm.

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Re: Footpegs

Post by passiv » Mon Sep 05, 2016 8:51 am

Yes, you are right. I thought i can modify the rubber, but it was not the only thing in the way.
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Did anyone solve this? What shifter arm works in lower position than standard?

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