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Another Foot Peg Question...

Discussion in 'BNS12 Chat & Tech' started by mpk, Aug 11, 2019.

  1. mpk

    mpk Just got it firing!

    Aug 6, 2018
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    Richmond, VA
    Hi All,

    I'd like to lower my foot pegs on my 2008 Norge. I see that many folks recommend using Goldwing pegs to lower about an inch, which would be perfect for me. However, I don't see any recommendations for what year Goldwing to use (and god knows there are options). Also, these posts on foot peg lowering are a a bit old - like my bike - so there are a lot of broken links.

    I'd appreciate any current recommendations.

  2. JJ Eckerman

    JJ Eckerman Just got it firing!

    Apr 18, 2019
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    I went with the Goldwing pegs, myself...aftermarket ones for the last era - looked for around '08-'10. The only issue I've run into is the kickstand occasionally bumping into the peg, but for me, it's not unbearable, although I'm considering putting a rubber block somewhere to shim the kickstand. I did lose a screw, so lock wire has been my buddy!

    One thing that I have noticed is the footwear that I use affects my foot geometry - something that I never considered when I first bought my Norge. I changed to another pair of boots, and I have zero issues with shift throw now.

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