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I thought I'd seen some talk about adding highway pegs to the crash bars, but I couldn't turn up anything with a search.

Has anybody had success adapting a highway peg to the DL650? Is is a comfortable position or kind of awkward?

Thinking some pegs might help the knees on those long hauls.
 
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Just ordered mine from amotosport along with a corbin canyon and a Kaoski throttle lock. I am thinking the same thing the seat does not do very well after about 200 miles. I dont like to stop until I need gas or relieve myself. I dont like to stop just to stretch my legs but sometimes U have to do what U have to do. I sure hope they work.


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Mounting?

How do you plan to mount the pegs? What crash bars do you have? Do you happen to have a link to the item number of the pegs you ordered?

Thanks!
 
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How do you plan to mount the pegs? What crash bars do you have? Do you happen to have a link to the item number of the pegs you ordered?

Thanks!
The ones I ordered are Happy Trials and they mount to the skidplate.

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I have highway pegs on Givi bars. Simple clamp on type.
 

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Here's some pegs I attached to my Pat Walsh Crash bar. I think the pegs were 8 bucks and an additional 5 for s/o. Took me about 10 minutes to put them on. Not perfect but they really do help on the long rides.

Peg in the extended position:


Peg in the up position:
 
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