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I picked these up for my 2013 Iron 883. The foot pegs look great and are a definite aesthetic upgrade from the stock foot pegs. I chose them because they are longer than the stock foot pegs and I needed a longer foot peg to clear the pipes for my lady on the back. If you don't want foot pegs that are longer than stock, avoid these.
June 29, 2014
Pretty nice peg for a decent price
I bought these for my HD Iron 883, and am pretty happy with them. They look pretty awesome. One thing I was not crazy about was that they stick out about an in and a half further than the stock pegs. Other than that they are pretty great for the price, and simple to install.
May 27, 2014
good for the money
fit with my boots much better than the stock pegs, and look good on the bike. They are a little longer than stock pegs and hit pavement a little sooner on tight turns.
May 12, 2014
Long and stylish
They're longer than stock and have a good look to them. Jet black to match my bike. When I wore boots my stock pegs just weren't enough. Didn't know the size when I ordered but I'm glad they are longer than stock. Not much else to say. They are foot pegs after all.
January 12, 2014
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Aaron K asked:Maybe this is a dumb question(s) but here it goes. For the shifter peg, my stock one has an allen bolt on the end to tighten it to the lever, what would be the best way to tighten this one? Does the end have a cap that covers the screw? or do i have to just grip it with a pair of pliers and tighten it that way?May 6, 2014
Stephen B:Hey Aaron, it's not a dumb question at all. You can tighten it with your hand and it should stay tight. The shifter is longer than the stock one so you'll have enough leverage. If you want, use locktight to make it extra secure. May 7, 2014