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Looking for Replacement Rider Pegs for 2012 Connie
« on: August 16, 2018, 01:53:26 pm »
My wife has been complaining about the rear pegs being too small and too hard for her feet.  Has anyone found anything better out there?  Also, she complains about how far back her hands have to be to hang on to the bars.  Are there any good options for a riser or extender for the passenger bars?   And no, I can't get rid of the wife.  :)

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Re: Looking for Replacement Rider Pegs for 2012 Connie
« Reply #1 on: August 16, 2018, 06:16:30 pm »
C-10 rear pegs bolt right on, longer, wider, rubber pads on top.

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Re: Looking for Replacement Rider Pegs for 2012 Connie
« Reply #2 on: August 16, 2018, 06:37:18 pm »
AST has small foot boards. http://www.advancedsporttouring.com/product_p/c14-20.htm

Also passenger footpeg lowering brackets if needed.
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Re: Looking for Replacement Rider Pegs for 2012 Connie
« Reply #3 on: August 16, 2018, 11:56:48 pm »
My wife has been complaining about the rear pegs being too small and too hard for her feet.  Has anyone found anything better out there?  Also, she complains about how far back her hands have to be to hang on to the bars.  Are there any good options for a riser or extender for the passenger bars?   And no, I can't get rid of the wife.  :)

I replaced mine w/ set & splines from Kuryakyn and passenger lowering bracket from ProjektD.

Parts:
>  Kuryakyn Spear Mini Boards black (no adapters) - P/N 5653
>  Kuryakyn Splined Peg Adapters for Kawasaki - P/N 8813
>  Projekt D, Kawasaki Concours 14 Passenger Footpeg Lowering Brackets - P/N 115-01
> + a couple of thick nylon washer to keep the floorboard from rattling.

Can send pics of set-up if interested. They look and function well. Happy wife ... Happy life !
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