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Got a set of peg drop blocks from MOTOWERKS
There great !!
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I got a set also, and they are great. Hard to believe that a drop of 1 1/4 inches can make such a difference. Feels almost as good as my KLR did.

Anybody else think these buffalo wings taste a lot like chicken?
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Can you provide a source? Where did you get them? I'd like to see pics too.
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This is about the best picture I have of them. I really like the extra room and I rode for two hours the day after thanksgiving and my arse wasn't sore at all. My seat is stock - I'm thinking the lowered pegs may have rotated my hips forward enough to relieve pressure on the glutious maximus. Just a theory - I'll have to do more testing when the weather clears.

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Does anyone know how they compare to the buell pegs?
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There are a couple different stles of buell pegs. They all have to be modified by drilling and grinding the back. I love mine. I had the large Ullsys at first but they would drag easy. Then I went with this one. XB9. To me they look right at home.



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Take note: I have read that the Buell pegs are brittle and some have broken.
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I have heard that but I weigh 225 and I stand up going over rail road tracks and when we go by swimming pools with half naked girls sunbathing and I put 40,000 miles on the ones on my ZRX. Have not broke one yet.
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Golfmuch; how much did you pay for yours?
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They are cheap. You can buy them at any Harley dealer that carries buell. I think they are 22.95 per side.
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