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post #1 of 12 Old 08-12-2012, 01:32 PM Thread Starter
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***SOLD*** Sato rearsets w/passenger pegs

One set of gently used Sato rearsets with passenger pegs. Comes with all mounting hardware, spacers and new brake pressure switch (not pictured). Right peg has a little bit of rash from where I lost balance putting the bike on the center stand and slowly set it down on the right side (see photos)

$475 shipped to the lower 48, actual shipping elsewhere.




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post #2 of 12 Old 08-12-2012, 02:44 PM
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Resistance is futile! The only reason I am getting rid of these, is I am putting the 919 up for sale. Otherwise, I would have NEVER removed them.. these made a huge comfort difference for me.

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Resistance is futile! The only reason I am getting rid of these, is I am putting the 919 up for sale. Otherwise, I would have NEVER removed them.. these made a huge comfort difference for me.
How so? Higher? Lower? Etc...?

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Dibs just in case...

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A bit higher and a bit further back... and very adjustable... I had them at the minimum up and back (10mm back and 20mm up from stock) and found them to be much more comfortable... they can go up to 30mm back and 40 mm up.

The linkage made shifting and braking much smoother as well.

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Thanks, I'll pass, I don't think I could go higher than stock.

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I forgot I had boxed these up and put them on the workbench.. found them last night. The 919 is going to a new owner on Saturday, so I have no use for these. A potential buyer for the bike did the same thing to the left side peg, (among other things to the bike) so now the ends of both pegs look like the one in original photo. $400 shipped to the lower 48? Anyone?

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Dibs. Sending pm

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***SOLD*** Sorry slowpoke, these were sold before your dibs

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It's no big deal. I didn't need to spend the money on them anyway. When I saw it I was thinking "Damn him! I don't need these but they're so cheap! "

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