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After installing the Rattlebars Kick-shifter I noticed that there was not as much room between the foot peg and the rear shifter peg as on my Valk. I already had Chet's peg re-locater installed that moved the peg forward 1". There just wasn't enough room for the heel of my boot to be behind the foot-peg.

So I took the left Kuryakyn peg and put it on the right side and took the right Kuryakyn peg and put it on the left side. I gained about an inch and one half and my foot now fits comfortably.

I don't know if it looks stupid or not, but it sure is comfortable.

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Just a seggestion, you could change the highway pegs to match and it would look like you were all going the same direction. :)

Seriouly, I honestly thought that they were made that way on purpose so people with bigger shoe sizes could adjust them accordingly.
 

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Thanks for the suggestion...

I might just have to check that one. Now much room when you have the Tulsa Hot Foot installed also.
 

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What are you using for your highway pegs? The mounts for the pegs? My pegs are the same, but it looks like you have better mounting hardware.
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I just bot the same Kury driver foot pegs and battled with which was the correct way to install them. I would up with and like them the same as yours, so don't think their backwards.

I also see you have the chrome mounting hardward for the pegs and the chrome frame covers, I just have to get those items on mine too.
 
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