britman

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2005 Rocket 3/2014 Moto Guzzi Touring
About $45.00 from JC Whitney. I will just use them as a temporary stretch solution on infrequent long distance rides. Part Number is 99-30570 for 1 inch highway bars. Just FYI for anyone else as cheap as I am.
 

Toystoretom

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Those don't look bad at all.... Nice find!! Like you said, why put out big bucks for something you won't use very often. :D
 

chromehead

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I have a set of Kuryakyn pegs on my factory Triumph bars. I wouldn't put much forward pressure on the pegs for fear that they'd bend, but they're fine as a place to prop up the feet for a change of position.
 

HeR3tic

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Flip - As always I do appreciate your's and everyone else's input. What were we discussing..........let me see.....I like this new forum, review while you write, with everything but the "search function" where did that go?
 
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HeR3tic

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I like this forum! Doesn't matter how many time you bring up the very same question. These good people respect most everyone. I'mstill here...that's how tolerant they are.

Thanks, Chromedome - "1 1/4" for highway bars. What are the handle-bars diameter? exam at BNA 070707 RocketIII Raid. We be lucky on Saturday.
 
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