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post #21 of 30 (permalink) Old 07-23-2018, 09:51 AM
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Ahh I see now. My bad. Those are nice. They look a little long to me though. I'm sure they are great position wise, they just look like they hang down so far. Has anyone purchased those eBay crash bars that extend down low enough to put pegs on? I'm wondering about the quality of the crash bars as well as peg placement. Thanks.
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I had SW Moteck bars and used the quexpress solution.Very clean looking fix.Depending on your type of bars,you can come up with something.
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I had SW Moteck bars and used the quexpress solution.Very clean looking fix.Depending on your type of bars,you can come up with something.
I like that. Excuse my ignorance but can you explain "quexpress" I'd really like to get the Puig crashbars and put the Rivco highway pegs on. Thinking I will just need and extension bracket like you have. What is it made of?
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...Excuse my ignorance but can you explain "quexpress" ....
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I had SW Moteck bars and used the quexpress solution.Very clean looking fix.Depending on your type of bars,you can come up with something.
Do you mind sharing what you used for a mounting bracket for the pegs?
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Red face 2015 Versys 650 with SW Motech Crash Bars + Motowerk Hwy Peg Mounts

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Do you mind sharing what you used for a mounting bracket for the pegs?
2015 Versys 650 with SW Motech Crash Bars + Motowerk Hwy Peg Mounts

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and this givi crash bars?

I just installed a set of these on my versys and at least while sitting on the bike in the garage I could find no comfortable spot I would want to attatch a peg... still might pick up a cheap set of clamp one to try.

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post #29 of 30 (permalink) Old 12-12-2018, 08:12 AM
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The same motowerk hiway pegs shown elsewhere in this thread (https://motowerk.com/collections/kaw...nt=16388551491) worked all kindsa fine and comfy for me on my cross country trip this last summer. 2016 650LT. Prolly had my feet on those pegs six out of the eight thousand miles I rode. Course, I haven't tried any others; but these were just dandy.

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