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intruder69
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High way pegs

Post by intruder69 » Fri Mar 18, 2011 2:44 pm

wanting a set of high way cruising pegs
i am doing forward controls eventually but wanting alil comfort until then

for a Suzuki intruder cruiser style
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Post by Neo Dutch » Fri Mar 18, 2011 4:00 pm

To suit ??????
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Post by Brassy » Sat Mar 19, 2011 8:17 am

Neo Dutch wrote:To suit ??????
My guess is its for a.... intruder

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Post by Neo Dutch » Sat Mar 19, 2011 8:46 am

Just checking. "Intruder69" may not be a m'cycle reference but a lifestyle choice.
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Post by Brassy » Sat Mar 19, 2011 9:39 am

whats the mailing address 69/69 oxford st Sydney

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Post by Cromag » Sat Mar 19, 2011 10:30 am

Now Gentlemen, a 1400 Vtwin is not to be sneezed at.....they are a bloody good bike, great for gutter jumping and long interval service with minimal issues to go wrong.......but i recommend the stronger clutch springs.

heres the begining of a set of frwds i made...not yet cleaned up, but i used the original footpeg mount, a weight bar, and some old truck pedals and chopper pegs., had to brace em back to the original footpeg mount, but i could stand on the suckers with a full 150kgs...and they were solid as and smooth operating.
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what ever you use, run a brace over to the other side peg, itll help with stability
Does not work or play well with others
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intruder69
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Post by intruder69 » Sat Mar 19, 2011 6:47 pm

Cromag wrote:Now Gentlemen, a 1400 Vtwin is not to be sneezed at.....they are a luvl'y good bike, great for gutter jumping and long interval service with minimal issues to go wrong.......but i recommend the stronger clutch springs.

heres the begining of a set of frwds i made...not yet cleaned up, but i used the original footpeg mount, a weight bar, and some old truck pedals and chopper pegs., had to brace em back to the original footpeg mount, but i could stand on the suckers with a full 150kgs...and they were solid as and smooth operating.
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what ever you use, run a brace over to the other side peg, itll help with stability
Yeh the best thing about the vs is i own it and its a Suzuki
plenty of power with jap reliability it suits my needs
Thanx Cromag would it be easier drilling the frame putting weld tubes in be nicer cleaner look

Putting the twin pan head tanks on next few weeks forward controls be working progress
then wanna stretch swing arm 3inches
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