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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 06-07-2019, 07:31 PM Thread Starter
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Passenger Pegs as Footpegs?

Any reason I canít mate some spare Streamliner passenger pegs with the Harley Long Angled Mounts for the rider for some added comfort? Thanks for your help.

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Not 100% sure, but you could run one down to the dealer and check the fit out.

I have a set and some mounts so I could probably check it out if I find some time this weekend.
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Pegs are pegs...

I use a set of passenger streamliners as my highway pegs on short mounts.
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Foot pegs are foot pegs. You can put what ever kind up want on. The mounts are all the same.
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Any reason I canít mate some spare Streamliner passenger pegs with the Harley Long Angled Mounts for the rider for some added comfort? Thanks for your help.


Exactly what I did, you may have to take some sandpaper to the inside of the mounts, the streamliner pegs are a tight fit. Once installed work great! I used the short angled billet foot pegs. Make sure you chase the threads with a tap first! Instead of using fancy Harley Bolt Kit I used a 5/16 long stainless bolt and nylock nut






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Exactly what I did, you may have to take some sandpaper to the inside of the mounts, the streamliner pegs are a tight fit. Once installed work great! I used the short angled billet foot pegs. Make sure you chase the threads with a tap first! Instead of using fancy Harley Bolt Kit I used a 5/16 long stainless bolt and nylock nut






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Iíve read that in some of the reviews in terms of a tight fit on the crash bars. I was going to go with the Kuryakyn Long Horns but now leaning towards the HD Long Angle mounts. These seem best with lowers and whileI donít have lowers now Iím planning to add the Advans if they ever get my color.

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Iíve read that in some of the reviews in terms of a tight fit on the crash bars. I was going to go with the Kuryakyn Long Horns but now leaning towards the HD Long Angle mounts. These seem best with lowers and whileI donít have lowers now Iím planning to add the Advans if they ever get my color.


I used a strip of sandpaper to get a good grip on the bars.


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Any reason I can’t mate some spare Streamliner passenger pegs with the Harley Long Angled Mounts for the rider for some added comfort? Thanks for your help.
Long angled mounts with streamliner passenger footpegs.
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I went with the ciro and use the streamliner foot pegs. They work great and the frame mounts dont move around on the bars
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