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    Strictly foot pegs - what fits, choices, etc

    FOOT PEGS - FOOT PEGS - FOOT PEGS!!! Lets face it, we want to talk about ever minute, tiny nut, bolt and washer available to/for our TW200's! I just picked up my first one yesterday! And while I have been on the forum for the past week and ready countless threads, I hope we can all continue to build our resource pool! So lets keep this thread STRICTLY FOOT PEGS! It seems we are very limited in our choice of offerings from the industry at large, thus with further researching this awesome forum and the insight of its members, I came across lizrdbrth's post "TTR STUFF FOR TW'S" https://tw200forum.com/forum/performa...tuff-tw-s.html as this may offer a solution for more FOOT PEGS!

    FASTWAY - PRO MOTO BILLET - ABOUT: https://fastwayperformance.com/support/about.html
    I had a set of these on Fastway pegs from Pro Moto Billet, but upon searching their site, type in "TW200" and you get ZERO options! Type in "TTR225" (of course you have to start with a date, so I put in 2014.)
    These are the results found available and hope these will actually fit!
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    https://fastwayperformance.com/footp...t-r230-3426672


    IMS PRODUCTS - ABOUT: IMS Products : About Us
    I have IMS pegs on the XR400 and they are great, so here is their option for the TW200: 1987-2017 Yamaha TW200 Super Stock Footpegs
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    IMS Products : 1987-2017 Yamaha TW200 Super Stock Footpegs

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    I found some on eBay that look just like the IMS ones but were $15 shipped. I love them!
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    Not pretty but very functional and virtually unbreakable and inexpensive -- self / home modified foot pegs:

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    I bought these:

    https://www.amazon.com/Krator-Yamaha...tw200+footpegs

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    They work. They're cheap. Not sure why one would want to spend more.
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    Good thread. Krators work great for me. $15 on Amazon Prime with free 2 day shipping is hard to beat. The spring on one side needs to be modified or a new hole needs to be drilled, but TDubskid on YouTube has a great video that shows how to modify the spring with just a couple pliers. I would definitely do the weld-on extenders if I had a welder or any welding skill.

    Krators seem to be roughly twice the size of stock.
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    As an aside, my size 9 1/2 feet have no trouble with the larger pegs and stock shifter.

    For whatever reason, the spring on the right peg had to be bent a bit, but not the left one.
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    I chose the IMS Super Stocks and could 't be happier. Quality and strength where you make contact with the bike is wicked important

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    Did you ever find out if the Fastways TTR225 pegs fit the TW?

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