Large footpegs at last

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Re: Large footpegs at last

Post by StorminNorm » Fri Mar 09, 2012 6:28 pm

Got mine today, would highly recommend them, one of the few accessories you unwrap and go WOW 8-) Cheers Ady ;)
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Re: Large footpegs at last

Post by MT Pocket » Sun Oct 28, 2012 9:43 pm

Mk 3 footpegs are available from next week. £28 uk posted + your old pegs.
These may fold up better than the previous ones depending on the manufacturing tolerances of the footrest hangers you have. I'm still amazed at the differences in all the 'pegs that I come across - the range of how they fit is huge.

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Re: Large footpegs at last

Post by Thumper » Sun Oct 28, 2012 10:26 pm

Yes please. 1 set for me please.

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Re: Large footpegs at last

Post by Mr Shiney » Mon Oct 29, 2012 9:54 am

MT Pocket wrote:Mk 3 footpegs are available from next week. £28 uk posted + your old pegs.
These may fold up better than the previous ones depending on the manufacturing tolerances of the footrest hangers you have. I'm still amazed at the differences in all the 'pegs that I come across - the range of how they fit is huge.

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Nice!!! How do you weld into the tight corners?
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Re: Large footpegs at last

Post by Bunker » Mon Oct 29, 2012 10:28 pm

Nice!!! How do you weld into the tight corners?
Thats not weld, its chewing gum..
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Re: Large footpegs at last

Post by MT Pocket » Mon Oct 29, 2012 10:38 pm

Bunker wrote:
Nice!!! How do you weld into the tight corners?
Thats not weld, its chewing gum..
Oi. Those corners are a bugger, I get half way down the inside there and it's starts spattering. The nozzle on my MIG isn't that big - await a barage of smutty comments!
I probably didn't pick one of the better pegs to photo.
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Re: Large footpegs at last

Post by Roey » Tue Oct 30, 2012 9:50 am

Ah, but do you do part ex on your mark 2 versions? :)
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Re: Large footpegs at last

Post by MT Pocket » Tue Oct 30, 2012 10:24 am

Roey wrote:Ah, but do you do part ex on your mark 2 versions? :)
What's up with your Mk2s?
Don't ya have any originals kicking around?
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Re: Large footpegs at last

Post by Roey » Tue Oct 30, 2012 10:33 am

MT Pocket wrote:
Roey wrote:Ah, but do you do part ex on your mark 2 versions? :)
What's up with your Mk2s?
Don't ya have any originals kicking around?
Nothings up, really pleased with mine, wouldn't be without them. Was joking. :D

Like the idea that the mk3's fold in a little further, will probably get some for my other MT
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Re: Large footpegs at last

Post by Tone » Sat Sep 14, 2013 5:53 am

Hi, Do you still make the foot pegs ? Is it ok to pm you? Cheers, Tone
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