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Offline Jerdurr

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Installation of Buck's Touring Pegs
« on: May 27, 2018, 01:56:03 pm »
Guys, long story short I just received in the mail a complete set of Buck's touring pegs i bought used. However, I cannot find the installation instructions or a tutorial on how to do so. No, they are not available on his website.

Does any charitable soul have it handy and can share it with me? Thanks a million!

Jer ;)
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Re: Installation of Buck's Touring Pegs
« Reply #1 on: May 27, 2018, 05:58:57 pm »
I have a set, but i'm not where I can get at the instructions.

I'll look as soon as I can, but I'm betting somebody will beat me to it.

It LOOKS complicated, but surprisingly easy.   :great:

You'll love 'em.

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Re: Installation of Buck's Touring Pegs
« Reply #2 on: May 27, 2018, 06:19:08 pm »
Guys, long story short I just received in the mail a complete set of Buck's touring pegs i bought used. However, I cannot find the installation instructions or a tutorial on how to do so. No, they are not available on his website.

Does any charitable soul have it handy and can share it with me? Thanks a million!

Jer ;)


Why not go right to the source, Larry is very accomodating, and would send it via an email for sure... just send him an email, or call him..
http://forum.cog-online.org/buck-sport-touring/website-address/msg622109/#msg622109

His email, and all his phone numbers are in the contact area of his website above....
Also, from here,
If you click on the "letter" icon, on the left, below his name in his post, it is a direct email, which he will answer pretty quick.., or even the "p/m" icon, but you will need to give him your email, and contact info in a p/m, as it goes thru this forums messeging system, not a direct email.

Best of luck..
« Last Edit: May 27, 2018, 06:22:29 pm by MAN OF BLUES »

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Re: Installation of Buck's Touring Pegs
« Reply #3 on: May 27, 2018, 09:37:21 pm »
^^^^ Yep or hit him up with a question on the Industry Member child board.  :great:
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Re: Installation of Buck's Touring Pegs
« Reply #4 on: May 28, 2018, 07:46:37 pm »
Good idea MOB and Old Man, I just sent Larry an email, I hope he gets back to me.

However, I found out today that my shoulder is absolutely FUBAR after meeting the surgeon this AM (have been in an incredible amount of pain the last month); turns out I have a full 1.5 cm tear on my tendon + a possible infection in the joint, so I'm going in for emergency shoulder surgery tomorrow morning (in canada surgeries are usually programmed, so when they tell you they need to go in right away, it's a bit scary), so I won't be putting those pegs in for a while, at least until the shoulder is better.

Thanks again guys, and if any of you finds those instructions laying around somewhere, send 'em my way! :)
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Re: Installation of Buck's Touring Pegs
« Reply #5 on: May 28, 2018, 08:09:14 pm »
Good idea MOB and Old Man, I just sent Larry an email, I hope he gets back to me.

However, I found out today that my shoulder is absolutely FUBAR after meeting the surgeon this AM (have been in an incredible amount of pain the last month); turns out I have a full 1.5 cm tear on my tendon + a possible infection in the joint, so I'm going in for emergency shoulder surgery tomorrow morning (in canada surgeries are usually programmed, so when they tell you they need to go in right away, it's a bit scary), so I won't be putting those pegs in for a while, at least until the shoulder is better.

Thanks again guys, and if any of you finds those instructions laying around somewhere, send 'em my way! :)

Bummer... good luck with your surgery, I drop a note to Larry to get in touch with ya... I have his number on my cell phone... :rotflmao:
All good...
At least you have the uber awesome Canadian medical systems, here where I live, litterally in the "heart" of the best medecin in the USA
(Cleveland Ohio....) if I wanted to call someone on memorial day, for medicals, id get a machine... and even any other day, I wouldn't have a chance of a corrective action like you are looking at, till probably mid July....  and id be looking at $100k to correct it for certain..
(BTW, I have been living with shoulder issue same as yours for going on 4 years now... I won't let them cut me... I just use my other good arm to lift a glass, when needed....) :beerchug:

Best of luck, heal fast.

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Re: Installation of Buck's Touring Pegs
« Reply #6 on: May 28, 2018, 11:50:29 pm »
Thanks guys. Just sent the instructions to Jeremy.

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Re: Installation of Buck's Touring Pegs
« Reply #7 on: May 29, 2018, 10:04:41 am »
Good idea MOB and Old Man, I just sent Larry an email, I hope he gets back to me.

However, I found out today that my shoulder is absolutely FUBAR after meeting the surgeon this AM (have been in an incredible amount of pain the last month); turns out I have a full 1.5 cm tear on my tendon + a possible infection in the joint, so I'm going in for emergency shoulder surgery tomorrow morning (in canada surgeries are usually programmed, so when they tell you they need to go in right away, it's a bit scary), so I won't be putting those pegs in for a while, at least until the shoulder is better.

Thanks again guys, and if any of you finds those instructions laying around somewhere, send 'em my way! :)

Bummer... good luck with your surgery, I drop a note to Larry to get in touch with ya... I have his number on my cell phone... :rotflmao:
All good...
At least you have the uber awesome Canadian medical systems, here where I live, litterally in the "heart" of the best medecin in the USA
(Cleveland Ohio....) if I wanted to call someone on memorial day, for medicals, id get a machine... and even any other day, I wouldn't have a chance of a corrective action like you are looking at, till probably mid July....  and id be looking at $100k to correct it for certain..
(BTW, I have been living with shoulder issue same as yours for going on 4 years now... I won't let them cut me... I just use my other good arm to lift a glass, when needed....) :beerchug:

Best of luck, heal fast.

Thx Rich, you are awesome man!
Best,

JD

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