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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-16-2017, 06:28 AM Thread Starter
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Thinking about purchasing the Highway peg extensions from Motowerks. Who has them installed and how do you like them.
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Thinking about purchasing the Highway peg extensions from Motowerks. Who has them installed and how do you like them.
Under the tools, there is a search function, click on titles and search highway pegs, about 50 threads on the subject.
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But, I'll give you my 2 cents. I have had a set for about 5 years. Love everything about them. I made my own pegs.

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Not sure if you're referring to "highway pegs" or lowering blocks for the riders pegs. MotoWerks makes both. I made custom highway pegs using their design and installed a set of their rider peg lowering blocks. Both are great for added comfort.
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Well, I guess I mean both "highway pegs" and "lowering blocks". I'm not sure if I need and/or want them both. Any suggestions would be helpful. I searched the forum and found most like them.
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Installed the Moto Werk rider's foot peg lowering blocks and have absolutely no complaints. Makes the cockpit much more comfortable, at least for me. Don't think much of highway pegs. I'm not into the OB/GYN table riding style, don't particularly like bugs, rocks and mud flying up my pants legs, and I prefer my feet close to the controls. I don't drive with my feet up, and I don't fly with my feet up, so I can't see why I should ride with my feet up. My two cents.

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I had the Motowerk lowering pegs as well as the Highway peg mounts on mu 09 V-650 and now have both on my V-1000. Both have been great for my bad knees and hip.....Tons of adjustability with the Highway Peg Mounts....

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I would like them even more if they folded up and away when trail riding, and if they were compatible with any decent skid plate.

If motowerks made a skidplate that works with HB crash bars and their hw pegs, that would be awesome.
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