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    Good set of stainless pegs without mods for installation

    I'm looking for a decent set of stainless foot pegs for my '13 TW. I found a few sets on amazon, but most require some drilling or other modification to get them to fit. Has anyone found a set that goes right on without modifying the bike/receiver/mounting boss, etc?

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    These from ProCycle if you don't mind the cost. Set'um & Forget'um
    Ironically actually better built than the bike itself:

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    Quote Originally Posted by gifty74 View Post
    I'm looking for a decent set of stainless foot pegs for my '13 TW. I found a few sets on amazon, but most require some drilling or other modification to get them to fit. Has anyone found a set that goes right on without modifying the bike/receiver/mounting boss, etc?
    IMS Products : 1987-2019 Yamaha TW200 Super Stock Footpegs

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    Hah, I mean the $30 ones on Amazon work superbly well for the price. Looks like they're unavailable right now (guessing that they got a run on the product after the promotion from Tdubskid and on this site). Unless something changes, I'll never spend more than that on oversized pegs. As long as when I go legit trail riding, they don't f-up, then I'm sold for life. I can buy like 3-4 pairs of these before one set of the ones on ProCycle.
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    Agreed. I was not figuring on paying $140 for a set of pegs. Do you have a link to the amazon ones?

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    I have the IMS pegs. I don't care how many inexpensive pegs I can buy before reaching their cost point.
    Have you ever had a peg break off? It's not that much fun and can hurt.
    I don't have enough time left to wait healing and waiting for another set of $15 foot pegs.
    But to each their own.
    If they work for you then go for it!
    Plus IMS has a very good longer shifter!
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    I've been running these $20 cheapies for 4k-5k miles, and they show no signs of undue wear and tear or failure.

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

    That being said, I'm still looking around for a proper quality set just for peace of mind. I'm not a small man, and I've found that every time I jump it I spend half my focus on keeping my ass centered and ready to hit the seat in case one breaks. I figure if it's impacting my riding or distracting me from not busting my ass, it's not doing it's job. They've done quite well for me, lots of standing up and more jumps than I tell my wife about but YMMV, etc... Trust in your equipment is an important thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by socalnative View Post
    I have the IMS pegs. I don't care how many inexpensive pegs I can buy before reaching their cost point.
    Have you ever had a peg break off? It's not that much fun and can hurt.
    I don't have enough time left to wait healing and waiting for another set of $15 foot pegs.
    But to each their own.
    If they work for you then go for it!
    Plus IMS has a very good longer shifter!
    Yep, I run the pegs and the shifter...
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    Quote Originally Posted by socalnative View Post
    Plus IMS has a very good longer shifter!
    Part number on the longer shifter? Closest I'm seeing on their site is for BW200.

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    I'm not sure which model of shifter socalnative and others are referring to above, but I'm thinking about trying this one. The reviews, customer photos, and Q&A's indicate it will mount to our TW's...

    https://www.amazon.com/IMS-313114-Fl...ws_feature_div
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