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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 08-22-2010, 10:26 AM Thread Starter
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Highway pegs for '09 vulcan voyager

I'm currentyl on the first leg of a 3,000mi ride to the mid west and have come to the conclusion that I need footrest options.

Has anybody installed highway pegs on their crashbars that they liked?

I was considering Kuryakyn.

Thanks for the advice

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-26-2010, 01:13 PM
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they just clamp right on to the crash bad. real simple install. kuryakyn is pretty good stuff for the most part. i haven't really had any customer complaints with anything they ordered. some of the stuff looks a little cheesy or is hard to match perfectly to a bike (especially a themed one that DOESN'T involve skulls or some shit..) but.. ya man. you should be able to toss those on in less than 10 minutes. take for a ride, get em adjusted up or down a bit and set them there with loc-tite.

you'll wanna cruise around a bit to get used to how the bike feels. having your feet up on the crash bar is a "different" feeling.


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That's good enough for me, I'm going to order them!

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I'm currentyl on the first leg of a 3,000mi ride to the mid west and have come to the conclusion that I need footrest options.

Has anybody installed highway pegs on their crashbars that they liked?

I was considering Kuryakyn.

Thanks for the advice

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I had a set on my 1600 Classic. when I traded it two weeks ago, I removed them and mounted them on my '11 Voyager. Took 10 mins... and gives me the ability to stretch out, since the shortened wheel base on the Voyager tends to make it a tad cramped. Kuryakyn makes several models that will fit. figure on paying about $150.00 or so... you won't regret it.

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sweet thats wht I eventually eneded up w/ and like them a lot Thanks
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I had a set on my 1600 Classic. when I traded it two weeks ago, I removed them and mounted them on my '11 Voyager. Took 10 mins... and gives me the ability to stretch out, since the shortened wheel base on the Voyager tends to make it a tad cramped. Kuryakyn makes several models that will fit. figure on paying about $150.00 or so... you won't regret it.




yeah I have two sets of highway pegs on my 1700 Voyager. One set is low for my local rides and the other set is about 12" higher for those nice long rides across states. Great add on to my baby.

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