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Passenger foot position options?

Curious what might have worked great for anyone's significant others . . . .

We have an RGU, so my wife has passenger foot boards. We're thinking our next addition might be something to help her have some additional foot options to move around a bit on longer rides. The adjustable auxiliary pegs, or similar.

What has worked well for you??? Thanks in advance!


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Mes Shemp likes these from Kuryakyn. She does have to be reminded to put them back at stops, they can get in the way.




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Those are our number one candidates. Thanks!


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Running the same ones here for the Mrs. and she loves them.


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I have a pair in the picture by Shemp to sell. Was just getting ready to list them. PM me if interested. My wife prefers the transformer passenger boards also from Kuryakyn.

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Just got back from a ride to Colorado over the weekend and Mama's not comfortable on the RG. I put a HD pillow seat on it for comfort but the problem is
she has long legs and the stock floorboards are to high. Her knees are up to high and was uncomfortable after some time on the road. Any thought on getting something so she can stretch out? Thanks for any suggestions.
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You can lower the boards on the ultra don't know about the custom but it should be the same

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I sent you a PM on your adjustable pegs.
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Look at the adjustable passenger floorboards from Rivco. Put them on my bike. Super easy install and they work great.
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My wife loves the Kury adjustable pegs on our RGU. Great on long tours to give a change of leg position. She is fine with the stock floorboards but having an alternate position is a nice thing on a long ride - it really increases the number of miles she can ride comfortably to a large number. The install was very simple and solid.


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