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    Cool Highway Pegs

    Has any one got highway pegs on their bike ??
    Any pictures of the pegs mounting and the name would be appreciated
    Been thinking about the
    Kuryakyn Ergo II Cruise Mount With 6 Arms Because of my short legs and the ease of fitting


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    This is what I have and really like them.

    https://www.rivcoproducts.com/shop/h...800c-valkyrie/
    Former owner of a 99 Valkyrie for 15 years.

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    I have the Rivco equivalent to the Kuryakyn as noted in my signature. Incredible flexibility in positioning.
    2014 Red F6B with ABS
    Baker: Hand Wings, BikeMP3: rack, Cyclepump: air compressor, Garmin Zumo 396
    Honda: battery maintainer, center stand, passenger backrest, shop manual (2012-16), tall screen
    MEC: first aid kit Rivco: Honda Adjustable Highway Mounts, Flatfoot (TM) pegs
    Uclear: HBC200 intercom system ZUMOLOCK to lock on Zumo 396
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    I've had both types and prefer the Rivcos.
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    Had Rivco and Kuryakyn ergo 2 and 3, not a fan of Rivco, breaks real easy, less adjustable, less foot surface area(narrow), mounts to the engine cover.
    My 2 cents .
    Kury 3 is my favorite.

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    I have both Aero & Kury 3 on my bike right now. On my 3rd set of Aero & like the look on my blacked out bike. The Kury are more comfortable for me but I don't like the look as well.

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    I've got long legs at 6'3" and have the Kury Ergo 2s. It took some miles and readjusting to finally get them where I wanted them.
    2016 F6B Standard Matte Silver. Freedom Combat Slip-Ons, BaggerShield 11" - 19" Sport Shield, Kuryakyn Ergo II Highway Pegs, Ultimate King Seat w/Driver Backrest, Pathfinder Running/Turnsignal/Driving Lights, Beeline Moto Navigation, INNOVV K2 Camera, DHS Racing Shifter Linkage Upgrade, Show Chrome Handlebar Risers and Luggage Rack.

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    70K miles using the Kury set-up. 6' 2" w/ 36" inseam. BTW, have gorilla length arms (lol) so also installed HeliBars. Expensive but well-worth the cost for long distance riding enjoyment (IMHO).
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    I had the Ergo II Cruise Mounts previously. One of them snapped in half when I was adjusting the swivel mount nut. Chyna pot metal. I think I posted about them previously.

    I didn't really feel comfortable with them. I did try them for several thousand miles but decided to deep 6 them after the right side mount broke on me.


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    I have the Kuryakyn Ergo II . Like em alot.
    Wish they had more adjustment though.
    ITS ALL GOOD

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