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Re: Lowering pegs /slip on exhaust
« Reply #25 on: March 21, 2018, 08:27:15 am »
It fits really close on mine but it works.  No problems over the last 2+ years.  Maybe put a washer or two inside the lowered peg to offset it out a bit?
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I actally thought about  putting a washer or two and went to Home Depot to find the right size that i didnt have!
Also went to Kawasaki dealer to see if i could get the same bolts but longer, nope!

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Re: Peg lower and slip on
« Reply #26 on: March 24, 2018, 02:17:50 am »
That was the passenger pegs. I’m now using Murph’s lowered rider pegs with a full Area P system. No problems.

Deep sea you have a c14  am I correct? If so I will look at Murph’s for the peg lowering!

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Re: Lowering pegs /slip on exhaust
« Reply #27 on: March 24, 2018, 03:12:21 pm »
FTB, if you had the bolts and nuts available, how far do you need to move it out?

You should be able to find a place that specializes in "Nuts and Bolt" sales in your town or online.
  They will have anything you need.

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Re: Lowering pegs /slip on exhaust
« Reply #28 on: March 24, 2018, 03:42:15 pm »
FTB, if you had the bolts and nuts available, how far do you need to move it out?

You should be able to find a place that specializes in "Nuts and Bolt" sales in your town or online.
  They will have anything you need.

Ride safe, Ted

There is a fastener store here but I’m not sure they would have the shouldered bolts, I ordered a set of Murph’s rider pegs last night, they look like they will do what I want with the pegs and stock brackets in the stock position! Murph’s will give me the 1.5” drop that I want for my old knees!

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Re: Lowering pegs /slip on exhaust
« Reply #29 on: March 24, 2018, 04:29:32 pm »
Your probably correct. I didn't realize they were shoulder bolts.
How far outward's would you need to move the AST set up?

If less than 1/8" you might be possible to shim them out with special washers.
  {Might be able to buy them at a Fastener store.}

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Re: Lowering pegs /slip on exhaust
« Reply #30 on: March 24, 2018, 04:37:28 pm »
Your probably correct. I didn't realize they were shoulder bolts.
How far outward's would you need to move the AST set up?

If less than 1/8" you might be possible to shim them out with special washers.
  {Might be able to buy them at a Fastener store.}

Ted
I bought washers at Home Depot and put two on each bolt, once tightened down it didn’t seem to help much which had me stumped! If the Murph’s pegs don’t work out I’ll try my next idea, BIG HAMMER ,