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Slippery lowered pegs

mrinnocent

Member
Member
I bought the lowered pegs recently and found them to be very slippery for me. Any tips on making them more grippy? This is with grippy boot soles in dry conditions. There are a bunch of things I could do but I’m wondering if anyone has had this problem and solved it.
 

ron203

Southeast Area Director
Member
Which ones did you buy? My AST brackets use the OEM pegs. Same, just lower and they're ok. I had the Murph's pegs on my C-10 but didn't like the ones for the C-14.
 

ron203

Southeast Area Director
Member
I had them on my C-10 and liked them. I bought a similar set for the C-14 and did NOT like them.
 

FTB530

Member
Member
I have the Murph’s lowering pegs in my c14 and have not noticed mine being slippery, i do wish they were made with a rubber top on the peg though.
 

Murph

Street Cruiser
Industry Vendor
Ive never had this brought up before...I've got something in mind but it will take awhile to investigate
 

mrinnocent

Member
Member
Maybe I am just spoiled by spiky adv pegs. But the lugs of my boots don't engage with pegs' central, textured surface. They mostly interface with the edges, which are flat and painted.
 
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