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post #1 of 9 Old 04-29-2008, 02:53 PM Thread Starter
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Hwy pegs for Pat Walsh crashbars

I'm looking for some cheap hwy pegs to go on my Walsh crashbars. I really only want to install them for longer highway trips. I started looking, and all I really find are >$100 and are chrome showpieces.

Can anyone point me to something cheap that will just bolt right into the hole on the crashbars?

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I bought the clamp on ones from JC Whitney. Mounted them low, not in the provided bracket.
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The clamp on ones work good, just run a scew through to keep them from slipping around.
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I put these
http://www.twistedthrottle.com/trade...view/2699/203/
on my Pat Walsh set up. Very rugged and adjustable.
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I put these
http://www.twistedthrottle.com/trade...view/2699/203/
on my Pat Walsh set up. Very rugged and adjustable.
Do you have to use the clamps or can you just bolt those in?
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The clamp on ones work good, just run a scew through to keep them from slipping around.
Because I only want to run them on occasion, I'd prefer to get some bolt-ons, rather than the clamp with a screw. I don't want the marks/hole left when I take them off.

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The set of peg in Carbidedudes link should bolt right on, actually the clamps add another 30 bucks to the price listed - $60 for a pair of basic pegs is kind of steep IMHO.

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The Twisted Throttle ones just bolt right to the bars in the hole Pat provides. No additional hardware needed.
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I have been looking at the Pat Walsh Design crash guard and have an FB 08. Can you post a picture(s) of your Wee with these guards on it?

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