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I came across this in Wing World, www.wingcruzin.com .Click on products
and then the forward controls. You can brake and shift from the hiway, or regular foot positions. I would be very worried about ground clerance.
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hedoman said:
I'll keep my RIVCO boards and shifter. I LOVE'EM ! :D Can't see the point of a hydraulic set or why they might be needed.
Steve,
What's the clearance like on the corners with these?
 

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As I see it you would be able to brake and shift from either the normal foot position or from the hyway boards. I did'nt say it was a good idea,just woundered if any one had seen them before.They look a little scary to me
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I think they would benefit the longer legged guys better than my self. I wear a 28 in. length for pants. I am comfortable on my 1800 just the way it is. There have been a couple times though that I had to sttrreettcchh. :)

I agree that they are a little pricey, but depending on the situation and wallet size they may not be a bad investment.
 
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