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    Senior Member Woodi23's Avatar
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    Looking for a larger set of foot pegs, but don't want to pay an arm and a leg for them. Any suggestions?
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    I bought the $25 pegs on ebay. It said they fit the pw50,pw80,tw200. They went right on all I had to do was cut the spring off a little with side cutter pliers.

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    IMS are great pegs.

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    Broke my set of ebay pegs so I bought some IMS pegs. Looking back, I should have spent the money in the first place on the IMS pegs. Bought a set on sale for another bike for around $50. Took a grinder to them and they work great now. Ended up costing me the same amount as it would have cost to buy the TW specific IMS pegs in the first place. Lesson learned. I won't buy cheap chinese stuff anymore. The choice is yours so do as you see fit.
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    Buy once, cry once. I have the ebay pegs on my bike and they have held up so far. My buddy had one of his brake in a low speed crash. If i do a trip i keep the stock pegs in my bag just in case. If you have the money i would get the IMS or similiar. Im not doggin the chicom pegs but they arent as good as the others but they are 1/3 the price.

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    OOPS.



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    The biggest part is make sure you get the steel versus aluminum. I didn't realize I had purchased the aluminum and both broke off within the first 45 min of an all day ride. Riding nubs is not fun to say the least.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brock View Post
    The biggest part is make sure you get the steel versus aluminum. I didn't realize I had purchased the aluminum and both broke off within the first 45 min of an all day ride. Riding nubs is not fun to say the least.


    ^^^i agree...



    http://motors.shop.ebay.com/eBay-Mot...0.l1313&_rdc=1



    i got cheap steel ebay pegs and reused the stock springs...some of those ebay sets come with a weird spring setup that i wasn't fond of...haven't rock tested them yet though...




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    Quote Originally Posted by Point37 View Post
    ^^^i agree...



    http://motors.shop.ebay.com/eBay-Mot...0.l1313&_rdc=1



    i got cheap steel ebay pegs and reused the stock springs...some of those ebay sets come with a weird spring setup that i wasn't fond of...haven't rock tested them yet though...



    I have these same pegs, they were on my '97 when purchased, and I swapped them over to the '07 the day I got it, They have over 10,000 miles on them with no problem.
    Only a fool would attempt it, and God help me, I am that fool!

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