was wondering if any company makes a set up so you can stretch out the legs
My Rivco Aero Highway Peg equipped Goldwing fell over once, on it's right side. Broke the Highway Peg (the part your foot sets on) but no damage to anything else . . . Highway Peg-wise. I was able to split the cost of just the Pegs with another person on this BB. He conveniently managed to drop his Goldwing on the left side. So we split the cost, he took the left peg and I the right. As a result the walet damage wasn't to bad for either of us. I do like these Rivco Highway Pegs. They are extremely comfortable (IMHO), they don't touch down when riding aggressively, as my Kuryakyn Ergo II's did (NOT fun!) and they're fairly inconspicuous as they blend in with the style of the bike overall . . . and, afterall, stylin' is what's what's truly important!I think I saw a post by someone using those and the bike fell over; punched a hole right through the valve cover!
Look long enough far enough, and any footpeg when crushed could puncture a valve cover. I would claim that footpeg impact angle is a contributor to a situation like that.I think I saw a post by someone using those and the bike fell over; punched a hole right through the valve cover!