bought these to help my riding and they will spoil you for sure. really gave me a better feel for the bike
These floorboards will spoil you. The difference in foot comfort is amazing. They are well worth the investment and they compliment the look of my Wing dramatically. It is nice to have a smartly designed kickstand adapter to simplify lowering the side stand. Two thumbs up on this one.
Kuryakyn did get back with an offer of 20% reduction of $349.99 , plus free shipping
and I thought this was a good compromise as the floor boards are 4 yrs old and. I have raised my review to 4stars
Just keep them clean as possible
I bought these and after a year the pitting started and now it is all off on the underside.
After one year I emailed the kuryakyn folks and all I got is a offer to replace them at a 10% discount at the kuryakyn price that was a lot more then Wing Stuff.
After emailing them again all the response I got is that kuryakyn is a great product and if you want more contact the dealer, well if you contact the dealer and it is after one year they will tell you to contact kuryakyn.
So buyer beware if you want this product to last anymore then a year, and $341.99 I would expect more at this price from kuryakyn.
I love these what a comfortable way to go. I've had them for almost 2 years and have had no issues with them. I keep them polished and clean. After a ride in the rain I wipe them down and always park with them folded up to drain incase there may be water left behind that I missed.
I purchased these when I bought my new 'wing in Jan 2014. Chrome after 6 months started to exhibiting pitting. These are my second set of these floorboards w/heel shifter which have had the same issue. I'm still under warranty but just the fact that I have to go through the incovenience of taking them off and taking them back to the dealer for replacement/repair is not fun. Kuryakin should consider having a better source to apply their chroming process to their parts.
I will be taking the new ones when replaced or repaired to have the chrome removed and have them black powder coated. Kuryaking should have them made in black powder coated as an option.
I absolutely love having the floorboards and toes/heel shifter but like everything else from Kury, the chrome peels after just 2 or 3 years. You would think that with what they are charging for the add-ons, that they would opt for a premium chroming process. I will have to strip down my bike and send to a chroming shop to have most everything re-done.
I purchased these when I bought my new 'wing July of '13. Chrome still in great shape, no complaints. On a side note, see my gallery pic for the extension I had to put on to make room for my size 15 boots. Added 3" to the heel to accommodate my 13" boots. Worked like a charm!
Pad looks great after a few years but now all of the shifter 'chrome' is flaking off, soon to be bare metal DI-cast. Everything else I've had Kuryakyn has been far and above the call of duty til this. Anyone know their warranty? The heal-toe works but only at a 'looks bad when stopped' loss. The 2 stars is only for the function and the foot pad but the shift chrome must be improved for the price. C'mon Kury what happened?
My wife purchased these floorboards for me for Christmas 2013. Before buying, I looked at a fellow riders floorboards and sat on his center stand Wing. I thought they'd be the answer to comfortable riding long distances. I was dead wrong. I take nothing away from Kuryakyn's workmanship. They look sharp, no doubt. The trouble was, these floorboards raise your feet an inch, and for a tall person like me, 6'3", it was enough to throw off your posture. It raised my knees higher and caused me to slouch at the handlebars. Consequently, they came off and stock pegs are back on.
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