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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 01-10-2017, 07:02 PM Thread Starter
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Question Highway Pegs for Gen 3 W/O crash bars

Can I get some ideas for highway pegs on a '15- '16 Versys 650 which does not have crash bars. Pictures would be nice

Also how well do they work?
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I believe Speedys Moto Werks has what you need
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These are the pegs i used with my MotoWerk's Highway Peg Mounts on my 09 V-650 and 2016 V-1000..............https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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Can I get some ideas for highway pegs on a '15- '16 Versys 650 which does not have crash bars. Pictures would be nice

Also how well do they work?
Not the best Pictures, I have a 30 inch inseam, notice I am in the second mounting hole.
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They're easy to install, and I love mine. Definitely a worthwhile upgrade!
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I custom made a set like the ones OneWizard has...........cost me a set of pegs, four bolts (which I had) and some spacers. I had some aluminum stock that I used. Took about 6 hours and no real special tools.
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Thanks everyone. Looks like the perfect ticket to me. I was hoping to find a cheaper solution, but cheap frequently also means ugly and inadequate.

$160 for mounts, another $55 for pegs = $215

Need to save up for this Farcle just to stretch my old legs. Just part of living on a retirement income
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The mounts are where the money needs to be spent, I think I paid abt 25.00 for some low profile folding rest from JP Cycle
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