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Kuryakyn Gold Wing Accessories - Happy passengers need happy feet, so give your Gold Wing passenger the gift that’ll provide smiles for miles. These sleek yet durable mounts are just the ticket for creating an oasis of passenger comfort. Position the cruise pegs forward and out for a variety of foot placement options and a dream ride. Bolting directly to the factory GL1800 floorboard mounts these cleverly designed cruise pegs also pivot out of the way when not in use ensuring no interference with the riders’ legs.
First let me say Wingstuff was great customer service and response. Kuryakyn has quality control issues with this product though. First set I had all but last peg on the bike when I discovered the threads on the bracket for the peg were majorly buggered up. Wingstuff promptly provided return and replacement set. Low and behold this set had buggered threads on both brackets ðŸ˜• so this time I got a tap and die and re-cut the threads. I think my passengers will like them but rate kuryakyn on this one low due to qc. My first issue with one of their products though.
The position of these are ideal for my passenger and they fold up out of the way nicely.
I subtract one star because Kuyakin does not properly prep them for installation. Threaded holes need to be chased with a tap because debris and metal plating residue will cause the set screw to jam, and make attaching the pegs difficult.
After 48 thousand plus miles on the 08 wing, my Co-Rider was in desperate need of a way to stretch her legs on rides over 300 miles. I looked around for a solution to this need, ask questions of our GWRRA friends, and even had her sit on several bikes with this and other cruise pegs. Her favorite was this model.
We have ordered two sets of these pegs, one set for the 08 Wing, and one set for the 2015 40th Anniversary wing we replaced the 08 Wing with.
In both cases we had big issues with Kuryakyn's quality control. In general the installation of the product is straight forward. The issue came when inserting the passenger angle adjustment set screw. When installing the set screw, the threads were not cut properly on either the screw or the billet it screws into. I both cases we had to re-tap the billet and replace the set screw to match the threads we just cut (10-24 if I remember correctly). This took extra time, and in once case we actually had to 'easy-out' the set screw, which was even more of a pain. I am aware of other riders and their Co-rider having the same issue. That said, I believe these are some of the best Co-rider pegs on the market. Just be prepared to potentially clean up the threads on the angle adjustment set screw. If you don't have a tap to cut the new treads it will cost you the time to get one and to by the appropriate length set screw to match that tap.
I also would have liked to see this product in the "Black" chrome. On the 2015 it would have matched the scheme of the Mini Floorboards and the Ego II highway pegs.
It would get a 5 star rating otherwise.
My wife gave them that nickname. She loves them! She says they are the second best accessory I purchased. (her own heated jacket liner was the first) My wife is 5'10" and really needed more leg room. When I am doing a ironbutt ride by myself, I use them, to change up my foot placement. If your riding partner is 5'8" or taller.... they are a must!!
And we can't wait to show you how it's done!
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