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post #1 of 81 Old 02-16-2016, 01:22 AM Thread Starter
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ADV Style Foot Peg Replacement Options

Hi there I'm looking for ADV replacement footpeg options that are less that $75.

Will this style of ADV footpeg fit the 2014+ Vee...?

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I looked at the parts micro fishe here and I think they will work....?

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If not can you send me some suggestions?

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post #2 of 81 Old 02-16-2016, 01:25 AM
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I use these ones, fit 650 and 1000
MC TRC Front Footpegs Step FOR Suzuki DL 650 V Strom 04 11 12 13 | eBay

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KLR footpegs fit DL's. KLR riders are even cheaper than DL riders therefore ....


I used $15 eBay KLR footpegs for over five years. Pivot pegs now which I appreciate on the long hauls on seal more than I do offroad but they are expensive.

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I use these on my 2013 DL650: Suzuki Motocross Black Foot Pegs - DR650SE / DR250 / DR350 (1990-1997)

They work great. Kapsco is a Canadian company located in the GTA... and it's pretty easy to get 5%, 10%, and sometimes 20% discounts. Their bike stands and batteries are a great deal as well.
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+1 on Pete W's ebay klr pegs. Did the same. Have been happy with them
My feet used to slip a bit on the stock rubber pegs when riding in bad weather. These are also wider.

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I just installed a set of these and can't recommend them. While they look the part, they are typical Chinese junk.

There is a bushing that gets inserted through the spring that the retaining pin passes through (retaining pin through bushing, bushing through spring). One of the bushings fit. They other, not even close. I had to bore-out the peg to fit the bushing. Once I got the bushing in the peg, the retaining pin wouldn't fit into the bushing, so I had to bore that out too. It's installed but it's beat to hell and it doesn't spring-back when deflected because the bushing is too tight to the pin.

Also, two of the small Allen screws that retain the toothed side pieces stripped way too easily.

Pass.

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I have the SW Motech on/off road footpegs, the rubber inserts are removable

They are a bit lower and a lot wider than the stock pegs. I think they feel great
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I just installed a set of these and can't recommend them. While they look the part, they are typical Chinese junk.

There is a bushing that gets inserted through the spring that the retaining pin passes through (retaining pin through bushing, bushing through spring). One of the bushings fit. They other, not even close. I had to bore-out the peg to fit the bushing. Once I got the bushing in the peg, the retaining pin wouldn't fit into the bushing, so I had to bore that out too. It's installed but it's beat to hell and it doesn't spring-back when deflected because the bushing is too tight to the pin.

Also, two of the small Allen screws that retain the toothed side pieces stripped way too easily.

Pass.

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