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Anyone have any good suggestions for rear pegs?

My wife & I share the our Tdub until I can afford a Yamaha WR450F.

My plan is to put a stiffer shock on the Tdubs rear and us search for hard to get to photography sites.

The problem I find with the stock pegs is that the rubber tends to spin around on the pegs. Not too cool for risky travel.

Any suggestions for a solid set of rear pegs?

A mod for eliminating the the rear passenger "Butt Scooch" forward would be sweet also. My nads tend to get crowded up against the tank on long trails. ha
 

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Couldn't you shoot some silicone or glue in there to hold the rubber? Or drill a little hole and put a cotter pin in?

Procycle has rear and front springs available. I replaced my rear shock with the heavy duty spring they have and love it.
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Cant trust the Cyclerack enough on the trails I plan on taking.

We need some SOLID grip pegs so glue & modifying the stock pegs are out of the question.

I think a wedge shaped pad is the best idea for the "scooch" issue so far.
 

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Im in the process of taking my stock front pegs and modding them for the rear since they've been replaced with wider pegs. I will post pics when they are finished.
 

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How about mounting bicycle pedals with clip ins your wife can get bicycle shoes and clip in .
 
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