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post #21 of 28 (permalink) Old 12-01-2019, 02:54 PM
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Hola, I am looking for wide footpegs.
I found this on aliexpress. Somebody have that type of pegs?
Is that OK, how durable are they, is that even safe for usage?
I have large foot ( size 14 US ), so I wish larger( wider ) footpegs

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/3298...chweb201603_53
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Hola, I am looking for wide footpegs.
I found this on aliexpress. Somebody have that type of pegs?
Is that OK, how durable are they, is that even safe for usage?
I have large foot ( size 14 US ), so I wish larger( wider ) footpegs

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/3298...chweb201603_53
Looks like aluminium ... Would not stand on a thin aluminium plate like that ...

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I had something similar that I got off eBay........they worked well but those look a bit "lighter". Check out post #13......that's what I used.
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I just added some better pics to "Post #18".
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Looks like aluminium ... Would not stand on a thin aluminium plate like that ...

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Yes it is aluminum, but that parts is connected on OEM footpeg, you remove OEM rubber on footpeg and add this "footpeg" instead of rubber.
I think it will holdwery well, if this thin part break I still stand on OEM he need to hold my weight.
From pictures I think that foopeg are little less than 10mm thick.
Well it is not expensive I can buy them and test them with 100+ kg of cement, with hammer also, to see will that plate bend, break so I can see is it safe.
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I had something similar that I got off eBay........they worked well but those look a bit "lighter". Check out post #13......that's what I used.
I was also looking something like that.
How much vibration do you have on that?

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I was also looking something like that.
How much vibration do you have on that?
Very little vibration.....and very good "grip" on the bottom of your boots.
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I was also looking something like that.
How much vibration do you have on that?
As Duffy said: NOT much!

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