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Taller & GL1800 riders, stretch your legs and be comfortable. Mini Arms position your feet at the ergo mount with full adjustability to be behind, at, or in front. Spaced out for easy leg clearance around the fairing. These are a must have for taller riders and those who want more clearance away from the fairing.
NOTE: Fits Kuryakyn GL1800 4056 Ergo II Highway Pegs and GL1800 4064 Switchblade Highway Pegs and 4057 Mini Wing Boards. Only. Does Not Fit Kuryakyn Highway Boards or GL1500 older Ergo Pegs. Thanks to our reviewers for their valuable feedback regarding these not fitting Ergo Cruise Boards. These offer superb comfort on Kuryakyn Highway Pegs #4056 & #4064
Just installed these in place of the 6" arms. I am now able to extend my legs and they clear the fairing sides. The pegs stick out about an inch farther.
My inseam is 30" and I was nervous my legs would be too short to reach. :| Not a problem. :)
I am able to extend my legs without having the arms below the engine guard.
Glad I bought these vs the 4.5" arms.
This was my final attempt to find the most relaxing riding position. After a trip of 2500km I switched back to the 4.5 arms. Flexibility is not a strong point so when riding I stretch on leg at a time. Hopefully Yoga will help. The product is a great one, the draw back is the rider.
I switched to these from the 6" arms that came with the Ergo II and it made it much more comfortable for me. I'm 6' 1" with 36" inseam. It also moves the foot out just a little bit which helps the legs clear the side of the faring. I've got them aimed back to me just above horizontal. I should have picked this version first. Live and learn.
These are the arms the Ergo II should've come with. I'm 5'10" with 32" inseam. These are just right. They are angled a bit to the outside so your shins aren't hitting the fairing. Now I can stretch my legs instead of having them bent in an awkward position.
And we can't wait to show you how it's done!
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