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WTB passenger left peg

Lost my passenger foot peg somewhere in florida this weekend, and need a new one. any one have an old on laying around?

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my left peg as your sitting on the bike is bad to...

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my left peg as your sitting on the bike is bad to...
sorry luke. Mine was missing a screw when I bought the bike 17k miles ago, but never gave a problem even when 2 up. problem is while in a major rain storm it finally gave way and idk when it happened.

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bump I was looking at ron ayers and it appears that almost all honda sport bike passenger pegs are the same as far as mounting, but just have different styles and lengths.

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If you look at it the 919s passenger peg is ppg-350 which is a very common part number for passenger pegs on CBR, VFR, and VTRs

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I have a right peg... If you look at it in the mirror it should work.

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I have a right peg... If you look at it in the mirror it should work.
did you ever fine some aftermarket pegs? I think its b hard to hold a mirror while riding. but thanks Luke your a great help.

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did you ever fine some aftermarket pegs? I think its b hard to hold a mirror while riding. but thanks Luke your a great help.
zack if you want a stock one... text me and i will call dan and get one ordered for you... cheap.... lemme know



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did you ever fine some aftermarket pegs? I think its b hard to hold a mirror while riding. but thanks Luke your a great help.
I got Byrdmans pegs off his parts bike. Aftermarket ones will have to wait. College bills are taking over my mod account

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I got one if you still need it.

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zack if you want a stock one... text me and i will call dan and get one ordered for you... cheap.... lemme know
TY Brian I will let you know. I was on Ronayers.com and it was looking like 35 for all the parts, and then there would be shipping for just one peg.

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I got Byrdmans pegs off his parts bike. Aftermarket ones will have to wait. College bills are taking over my mod account
Yea I feel you Luke. I had to put a couple of books on the credit card this semester.

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I got one if you still need it.
Thanks Barry I will let you know. I gave up on getting a hold of a set, and went out and makeshiftly made a set off of my moms cruiser work. I just have to buy 1 part tomorrow and they will be usable, and are sturdy enough to hold my 200lb. arrse.

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