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post #1 of 5 Old 07-21-2006, 11:26 AM Thread Starter
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GIVI bars and Foot Pegs- WHAT a Difference in Comfort!!!

Went on a 300 mile ride and came back without soreness and loving my new setup of GIVI bars and Pegs. I did not have to reposition them as I got it right the first time and got lots of Raves from riders familiar with adventure bikes.


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post #2 of 5 Old 07-21-2006, 12:53 PM
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Are the pegs also Givi? I'm looking into the Van Desel set up but I'm liking the look of yours alot better.

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Give Bars & Pegs -" How To "

My setup consists of everything that can be had very cheaply from any Harley Dealer or aftermarket shop.

1. 1 set Passenger rubber pegs from any HD or other MC. * FREE * - I had them lying around) *used can be had for $1 - $5.00 per set from any MC swapmeet.

2. 1 set of clevis peg holders from CCI - $19.00

3. 1 set of 1 in. diameter crash guard clamps. - $12.00

Thats it!!! easy to install, looks great & gives protection!!

GIVI bars from Adventure Moto for $130.00 delivered
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Thanks for the info. Will prolly PM you because I'm a bit mechanically slow.

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Please keep bike related info in the public forum. It is on topic. That allows more people to benefit. PM means personal messages after all.

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