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MFW Footpegs

MFW Footpegs are designed for use with MFW bike-specific mounting clamps as well as MFW crashbar kits. Can also be bolted directly to any M6 hole. Sold in pairs.

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This is a universal fit part; it may or may not fit without modification.

Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / Racing 1000957 050000100-8 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / Master Grip 1000959 050000300-8 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / Super Grip Rubberized 1000962 050000400-8 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Silver / Racing 1000956 050000100-1 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Silver / Master Grip 1000958 050000300-1 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Silver / Super Grip Rubberized 1000961 050000400-1 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours

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Good replacement on an Italian bike
Needed a replacement after a lowside took out my left footpeg. These were on the short list for adjustability but cost more than other options. Getting the mount on with the OEM spring was irritating, but past that, they went on easy.
I got the super grip rubberized pegs.
- Adjustment is simple: loosen the bolt and twist around. If you carry a toolkit, you probably already have the right size allen wrench in it (just need a long one for the peg itself).
- They don't dampen vibrations as well as the OEM pegs, but they're smaller and I no longer bang against them when pushing with my feet or backing up. I can at least pretend to flat foot the bike. Vibrations aren't bad, so its an even trade-off.
- For my bike, purchasing the extension arm was necessary. I might have been able to get a different bolt/nut setup to screw the peg on directly, but I admit to being too lazy to mess with it much. That extension arm, however, works perfectly for its purpose and is *required* for adjustability.
- As for durability, they haven't been scraped yet, so we'll see. I check all my easy-to-access bolts frequently, and these haven't loosened up at all from vibration.
- These come with covers for the end of the peg and the bolt on the extension arm. The peg covers are good and sit tightly. The extension arm cover has a tiny plastic plug that sits in the bolt's depression, but doesn't stay so well. Both of mine disappeared on my forty minute commute to work. Probably knocked them off with my toes.
- For the initial adjustment, I recommend getting the pegs to where they feel right just sitting, then packing the allen wrench and going for a ride. Stop and adjust as needed until perfect.
March 13, 2016
Ride:
2009 Aprilia Mana 850
Bang For The Buck
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Features
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Style
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Ease Of Install
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Fit & Finish
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Pegs solve rider pain
I bought these adjustable pegs to lower the foot position on a 2008 Concours14 to accommodate my moderately long legs (33 inseam, 6'2" height.) On receipt, I noticed these are German made and appreciated the high quality machining and fit-and-finish that the internet could not convey. They were easily installed following an online instructional video. After installation, the shift lever was easily adjusted to the lower position; the brake pedal was trickier. I put these on just before an 850-mile trip. On first installation, I had a little compromise on the ideal position. I will need to make another adjustment.
These pegs (all three parts) seem a bit pricey, but they did solve the knee pain issue (which, for me, came about after about a half to one hour in the saddle.) Very pleased.
October 24, 2016
Purchased
1 year ago
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needed cruising pegs
randy s on Oct 11, 2017
Used a similar product previously.
K E on Jul 14, 2017
needed cruising pegs
randy s on Oct 11, 2017
above
Mark S on Aug 8, 2017
Used a similar product previously.
K E on Jul 14, 2017
Own a set for Ninja
James A on Jun 9, 2017
Right kit at the right price
D A on May 25, 2017
had to
charles w on Apr 14, 2017
Better grip for passenger's boots. Precise fit.
Tom D on Mar 13, 2017
quality product parts from germany
ike67 on Feb 16, 2017
Can't wait for these pegs. I've had my 06' SV since it was new. Really looking forward these pegs.
Rod P on Dec 15, 2016
I have long legs and the Concours14 could use a little more legroom.
Gary B on Oct 3, 2016
These worked well with the mounts and no issues.
Kevin C on May 26, 2016
perfect for tiger explore. mounts on the factory crash bars well.
Richard W on May 3, 2016
Love this unit and complete setup. very easy to adjust, and let's me knee drag on my bonnie!
Jordan S on Mar 31, 2016
I had one that fell off--needed replacement
Curtis G on Mar 24, 2016
They fit the MFW kit and they look like a good place for my boots.
Ken M on Jan 26, 2016
needed with the mounts
Robert B on Jan 5, 2016
Fits the crashbar and has high quality reputation.
The Home Fixit Guy on Nov 15, 2015
To go with the MFW vario extension arms.
Peter R on Oct 26, 2015
Needed forward pegs for ride to Sturgis.
PETER S on Aug 26, 2015
replacement
C A on Jul 18, 2015
Replacement Part
Paul P on Jun 16, 2015
lower the pegs for drag racing
Jason S on May 9, 2015
Good value and good product
Garry S on Apr 21, 2015
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Mark S on Aug 8, 2017
Own a set for Ninja
James A on Jun 9, 2017
Do i have to buy something to make it fit?
Marlen C on Mar 13, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Adding onto my original answer: My installation (KTM 1190 engine guard mounting) required the Footpeg Mounts. You should be able to use these w/o the MFW mounts if your bike is capable (description says bolts to "any M6 hole"). I would only use these as highway pegs - I would not use them as "stand on them" pegs.
What would you recommend for a 6 3" guy looking to gain leg room on my 2007 fz 1 ? What length extensions?
A C on Sep 28, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I would use whatever size is recommended for your bike.
What size is the bolt that is issued with pegs?
Mickey S on May 24, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Sorry this took so long, I removed and measured the bolt and here is what I've come up with. The bolt head is showing a metric rating of 8.8 and it measures 1.25 inches overall length with 1.00mm threads and 6mm size diameter.
I have a yamaha r3, would this require footpeg mounts?
Marlen C on Mar 14, 2016
BEST ANSWER: R had to buy separate foot peg mounts to make it work. I absolutely love the pegs though.