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I'm looking at alternate foot rests for comfort.

Kuryakyn GL1800 Ergo II Highway Peg
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Mick-O-Pegs

Of these two choices, which is more comfortable for taller riders?

Thx again
 

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I'm looking at alternate foot rests for comfort.

Kuryakyn GL1800 Ergo II Highway Peg
or
Mick-O-Pegs

Of these two choices, which is more comfortable for taller riders?

Thx again

Not sure what you consider tall.
I'm 6 foot and Like my Kuryakyn switchblade.
But I like to sit differently than some. I don't like being all Stretched out.
But I guess if you wanted you could turn them forward and get that stretched out posistion.
Don't have any input on the Micopegs , But it looks to me like they pretty much only have one position. I'm just going by what I have seen in pictures. So don't take my word on them.
 

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The Mick o pegs seem to be a favorite choice with taller folks. I have the Kuri's, which are now about 4 years old and like them. I'm only 5'4".
 

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I am 6' 3" and use the Kury Ergo 2s but I changed the 6" bars for the mini bars. With my Wingsoft Large and the minibars I actually have to stretch. Will be doing a little adjusting this weekend. :rolleyes:
 

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I'm looking at alternate foot rests for comfort.

Kuryakyn GL1800 Ergo II Highway Peg
or
Mick-O-Pegs

Of these two choices, which is more comfortable for taller riders?

Thx again
Dave, You know which I recommend and if you can wait a couple weeks I'll be in your area so you can try multiple models of Mick-O-Pegs.

We aren't sure where we'll be 'home based' but have been looking for a place near the Englewood area (south of you) where we can stay for Feb thru mid March.
 
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