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Greetings all, Im looking for some highway pegs. I found these.

https://www.denniskirk.com/rivco/ad...gxGEAQYAyABEgJOafD_BwE&ad=45713345557#q-and-a

Has anyone tried these or something similar?
Looking to be able to stretch my legs out when they get cramped.... Which is about all the time! lol
Thanks.

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The only highway pegs I ever had were on my Virago and they would not clamp up solid. You could easily push against them and rotate the pegs on the clamps. Don't buy this type.
 
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You can always "lock" those type of mounts by drilling a hole through the mount and what it's clamped on. Slide a stainless bolt through. No slip that way. Of course, get it right the first time, because you aren't going to adjust it.
 

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Greetings all, Im looking for some highway pegs. I found these.

https://www.denniskirk.com/rivco/ad...gxGEAQYAyABEgJOafD_BwE&ad=45713345557#q-and-a

Has anyone tried these or something similar?
Looking to be able to stretch my legs out when they get cramped.... Which is about all the time! lol
Thanks.

Mellow

I had an old highway bar kicking around that I cleaned up and put on my SCR. Like you say, its great for stretching out once in a while.
Nicely done. Now that's what I call old school! A 70's style highway bar on a 70's style bike! And a **** of a lot sturdier.
 

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Thanks guys, it's a work in progress. I still need to deal with the clutter in the back end...I bought a bunch of parts including a Lucas style taillight, a nice fender delete bracket, and one of those LED strips. I like the stock indicators and want to keep them, just want to relocate the rear ones so we'll see...and of course there's the new tank, custom solo seat and paint job lol! We'll see, it's such a fun and comfortable bike... I'd sooner ride it than work on it!
 

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Holy moly! I don't usually like the mini-fairing style, but that bike just looks so consistent. I love it. As though you actually had a plan instead of bolting on every little thing like I did :|
 

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Thanks guys, it's a work in progress. I still need to deal with the clutter in the back end...I bought a bunch of parts including a Lucas style taillight, a nice fender delete bracket, and one of those LED strips. I like the stock indicators and want to keep them, just want to relocate the rear ones so we'll see...and of course there's the new tank, custom solo seat and paint job lol! We'll see, it's such a fun and comfortable bike... I'd sooner ride it than work on it!
...so that's paint on the tank then? I just spent twenty minutes looking for silver and black decals. Dang it. I dod find some sweet decals for a DT125 enduro, maybe I'll get someone to switch the 125 out with 950
 

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...so that's paint on the tank then? I just spent twenty minutes looking for silver and black decals. Dang it. I dod find some sweet decals for a DT125 enduro, maybe I'll get someone to switch the 125 out with 950
No, it's vinyl, there's no repaint on my bike...yet.

Yeah I think that decal would look great modified like that!
 

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I did find some sweet decals for a DT125 enduro, maybe I'll get someone to switch the 125 out with 950

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I plan to do the exact same thing. Let me rephrase that...
I have to do that exact same thing for reasons beyond my control.
If/when I find a good source I will share it with you.
Those decals are a challenge to apply without wrinkles, but there are a few YouTube videos to show you the best method.
I replaced the two small swoosh looking decals on top of the gas tank on my 125 after I touched up the paint around the gas cap. I could not avoid a small wrinkle in the same spot on each one. Notice my handgrip conveniently blocks that decal from view. Lol
For now I temporarily added the 950 to the stock graphics.
Similar, but different.
 

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I did find some sweet decals for a DT125 enduro, maybe I'll get someone to switch the 125 out with 950
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I plan to do the exact same thing. Let me rephrase that...
I have to do that exact same thing for reasons beyond my control.
If/when I find a good source I will share it with you.
Those decals are a challenge to apply without wrinkles, but there are a few YouTube videos to show you the best method.
I replaced the two small swoosh looking decals on top of the gas tank on my 125 after I touched up the paint around the gas cap. I could not avoid a small wrinkle in the same spot on each one. Notice my handgrip conveniently blocks that decal from view. Lol
For now I temporarily added the 950 to the stock graphics.
Similar, but different.
very cool, let me know if you find anything, especially if you find something cheap! I really just wish I could have gotten that european black model to begin with, would have saved me so much time.
 
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