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    I thought it was strange that in their description of these footpegs they tell you what they don't fit.

    http://www.d2moto.com/p-4770-1993-20...foot-pegs.aspx

    Maybe too many returns? So I ordered a set. For $6.99 even if I couldn't make them fit it's no great loss. Well, they came in the mail today and I couldn't wait to try them on the TW. They only needed a little grinding and a little creative re-bending of the springs and they work great. Also I can't say enough about the great service from D2Moto. Ordered Monday, arrived Thursday for $5.99 standard shipping. Anyone with a little bit of fabricating skill can make these work. If you're really cheap like me you get 15% off if you use the promo code "D2M2008" in checkout so they only cost $5.95.



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    Put some pics up of what you did..im gona order 3 pairs.
    2008 TW200 with a super cool exhaust

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    Im still using my fleabay pegs with no problems but these are even cheaper. I may need to order a pair of these as a back-up. Do they have the little knobs the spring wraps around or the springs that go in between the "bars"?
    '13 690 Enduro R too many frickin farkles...
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    I didn't take any pictures but it's pretty simple. I took the footpeg brackets off of the bike for fitting the new pegs. After removing the clevis pins and springs you will see that the brackets need to be ground a bit for clearance. Using a bench grinder remove about 1/16 inch along the outer radius of the brackets. On the pegs you will need to smooth the angular area to make it more round. Insert the clevis pin and make sure the pegs swivel up freely a little less than 45 degrees. Keep checking the clearance while grinding and only remove what's necessary. Don't take too much off the bottom of the pegs where they rest against the brackets or they will droop down like they need Viagra. Next the springs will need to be shortened to fit inside the new pegs. I removed 2 turns and had them end pointing straight up between the brackets and the pegs. Paint if you want. Bolt the brackets back on and admire your work. It took me about an hour not counting an hour break to let the paint dry.



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    2008 TW200 with a super cool exhaust

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    Quote Originally Posted by xdac View Post
    Them's the ones. Not bad for under $15 total investment.
    I don't want a pickle, etc.


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    I bought some cheap ones on Ebay and one shattered the first time my wife tipped the bike over, on a dirt road, while stopped.



    I ordered a set from D2MOTO and they are great!

    Made of real metal instead of dross like the ones on Ebay...

    I highly recommend D2MOTO and am sad they don't have sets for my other bikes...
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    Been there done that with the ebay ones..broke first ride, luckily i carry stock ones as spares. Ill have to fit these on the bike when i get some extra time and will post up a few pictures
    2008 TW200 with a super cool exhaust

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    Put mine on..took 2 minutes to grind down the pegs..not much grinding needed at all. They are defiantly solid compared to the cheap ebay ones that i broke. I didnt bother putting the springs in. Im a happy camper now
    2008 TW200 with a super cool exhaust

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    Thanks for the tip and the showing that these are workable. Just ordered.
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