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Re: Shorter footpegs

Does anyone make shorter footpegs?
I've been thinking of aftermarket pegs, however I don't see any that are made shorter.
Is there such a thing?
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Re: Shorter footpegs

Hacksaw

J/K RacerCutie - sorry I don't have a worthwhile answer for you.
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Re: Shorter footpegs

Lockhart GP pegs are shorter.
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Re: Shorter footpegs

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DavidGS : Lockhart GP pegs are shorter.
Do you know how short?


(it's cool Bacchus - hacksaw was tempting as I can't stand the stock pegs)
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Re: Shorter footpegs

I would hack it and wire brush it with bench grinder....it would look ok
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Re: Shorter footpegs

If you get aftermarket rearsets then the pegs that come with those are typically shorter. The ones for my Woodcraft rearsets are probably 3/4-1 inch shorter than stock.
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Re: Shorter footpegs

I'm sure the pegs on my Sato's are shorter than stock.
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Re: Shorter footpegs

They came with my RR Just big enough to put my feet on
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Re: Shorter footpegs

Thanks, but I don't think I need rearsets at the moment.
Think I'll get just the pegs for now!
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Re: Shorter footpegs

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RacerCutie : Thanks, but I don't think I need rearsets at the moment.
Think I'll get just the pegs for now!
I don't agree with that. *If you're dragging pegs, look to first setting up your suspension correctly, then getting rearsets. Next, body position. *

If you just get shorter pegs, you'll likely start draggin toes or worse, the shifter.



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