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    Krator Yamaha Motocross MX Black Foot Pegs ?

    ETA: Ok, so I got these installed finally.

    Very easy install, all things considered.

    Caveats: You will need to drill the spring tail hole on the right peg. Someone else said they just bent it, but I didn't want to do that. The left peg has the hole on the correct position. I guess dirtbikes might have "right" and "left" springs, whereas the TW200 uses the same orientation on both sides.

    Pre-install: take pics of the peg and spring orientation for reference in case you need it during the process.

    Step 1) Remove cotter pin and retention post
    Step 2) peg slides out w/ spring
    Step 3) Test fit both sides with their respective peg and retention post (sans-spring) before modifying the peg for spring (in case you need to return or otherwise decide not to proceed)
    Step 4) Place spring in per original orientation and while steadying it, slide peg into slot
    Step 5) Begin placing in retention post -- I found that I needed to use the handle of pliers to manipulate the spring to line up
    Step 6) Once retention post is through both sides, replace cotter pin and bend over post as was original configuration

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    https://www.amazon.com/Krator%C2%AE-Yamaha-Motocross-Black-Footrests/dp/B00C3061YE/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1471363965&sr=8-3&keywords=tw200#Ask


    The TW200 model fit ends at 2012... anyone know of them being used on 2016 or other >2012 models?

    How hard to switch out? Would think this would provide a safety feature in that it provides more purchase for the foot on the pegs.
    Last edited by CS1983; 09-05-2016 at 01:33 PM. Reason: add pics and steps

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    Those would fit all TW's. They are steel ones too. Good price for those.
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    I believe the Krator pegs depicted are cast iron, not a ductile steel according to reviews and picture of product. As such they may crack rather than bend under duress. Still the price is nice
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    Pretty sure you are right Fred. I have ones like those and they hold my weight just fine. I have heard the aluminum ones can break though, so best to get steel probably.

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    I believe the Krator pegs depicted are cast iron, not a ductile steel according to reviews and picture of product. As such they may crack rather than bend under duress. Still the price is nice
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    I purchased these and they are not hard to switch out at all. You will have to drill a small hole in one of the pegs to hold the spring in place (as most on-line reviewers have noted). I've been very happy with them so far and for the price they cannot be beat.
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    Thanks, UncleRandy, et al.!
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    I like these a major improvement over stock comfort...they have survived a few good hits with no problems... I didn't bother drilling the hole just put a small bend in the one side...no issues... almost 3x bigger than stock and nice price...on my 2016
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    Are these the ones that will not have the correct off set on the one side?
    So 1 peg is slightly ahead of the other.
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    No offset

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    Seems like a few people have these. Would anyone who has them on their TW mind posting a pic or two?

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