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Old 05-09-2009, 04:38 PM
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Wanted footpegs

does anyone know where I can get modern looking, chrome, nice footpegs for my '80 xs1100...
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Old 05-10-2009, 02:00 PM
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DJinNH Just put some new ones on his SG he bought at a local bike store
He posted some pics
They looked nice
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Old 08-15-2009, 01:06 PM
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does anyone know where I can get modern looking, chrome, nice footpegs for my '80 xs1100...

I picked some up from http://www.kuryakyn.com/index.cfm/go/Home.Cat/catID/18

The ISO-pegs in fact, fit on without too much hassle although I did have to shim under the fronts witha washer to get them to sit level, no big deal, and look rather decent, no vibration etc... only prob is there is now no uplift ability with the stock pegs, OK for me as I never peg out anyhow...
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Old 08-16-2009, 10:58 PM
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I picked some up from http://www.kuryakyn.com/index.cfm/go/Home.Cat/catID/18

The ISO-pegs in fact, fit on without too much hassle although I did have to shim under the fronts witha washer to get them to sit level, no big deal, and look rather decent, no vibration etc... only prob is there is now no uplift ability with the stock pegs, OK for me as I never peg out anyhow...
What adapter did you use?
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Footpegs

Hey MrOzz and Yamman, first off... don't mind the oil marks on the board, I be messy when I change it!


On the Kuryakyn website, they are listed under Footrests/Male Mount pegs, so no adapter was needed. I actually got mine from JCWhitney, as they had a better deal on the shipping side of it. Easiest to see them on that site, do a search on their site for DUALLY ISO PEGS, and the listing is for a GL1800.

They simply bolt onto the existing XS11 bracket, but like I said, you will lose the spring load feature for any lift-a-bility in them, to me it didn't make a difference. You could do the rears looser on the mounting nut and bolt, and have a cotter pin set up if you wanted to fold them up, but I am not even sure if these go vertical or not, I never tried... I also shimmed under the drivers to get them level, just JB welded a washer back inside there.

Old stock XS1100 pegs



New male mount pegs from Kuryakyn - JCWhitney



A definite upgrade to the old pegs, mine were just nasty to look at, and a tad small for my liking. Without going to a loans officer to upgrade to floorboards, these were the next best thing, and so far, very sturdy, and no vibrations etc... For the price, I'm glad I did it, hope this helps you out...
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