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Davidp

LAFAYETTE, LA, US, 70506-524

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Davidp

03.05.2018

Rick's Reviews Episode 14: AeropegĀ® Flip-Out Highway Pegs


Can't open them while riding? Deal breaker for me. Defeats the whole purpose of having them hide away then be there for when you need them.

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Standard Fairing Plastic Rivets for GL1800 (10 Pack)
ITEM CODE: PG01551

10.18.2019

5 Stars

I needed one for the front piece, behind the front wheel. Don't know where else these go on the bike, but it was an identical replacement for this spot.
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Ergo II Highway Pegs for GL1800 Gold Wing
ITEM CODE: KU4056,   SKU: KU4056

09.09.2015

2 Stars

I admit that I'm not the most adept at mechanical stuff, but I have replaced handlebars, mufflers, changed oil and am a pretty good woodworker as well as the computer administrator of my company.

First, there are no pictures of the parts so you need to be familiar with what the following terms refer to: Socket head cap screw, wave washer, SSS Cup point fastener, roll pin, cogged mount, hex head cap screw, internal tooth lock washer. Once you figure all that out, it says, "insert two roll pins into the clevis positioning holes". Greek to everyone except who wrote the instructions. Well, turns out this step is impossible even when you figure it out. Instead, insert the roll pins into the swingarm holes then line up with the clevis, then tighten with...whatever the proper screw is, I can't remember.

Bottom line is that this is probably a great product and experienced mechanics will have no problen installing it, but, if you are a beginner, don't expect step-by-step instructions that are helpful.
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