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    Homemade highway Footpegs for a TW.........(Easy Easy)

    Bought some cheap foldable footpegs from ebay......$12.50 Bought a 1.5" Muffler clamp form ebay.....$2.50 Used a piece of galvanized L-bar I dug out of the garbage. small amount of bending , cutting and drilling......... Mounts to the frame and is removable with 2 nuts......be sure that it clears the fender.......Have Fun!0109141216-00.jpg0109141212-00.jpg0109141155-01.jpg0109141155-00.jpg

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    nice! have you taken your bike out for a spin and used them yet?
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    Not yet.........but now my kid can ride on the front......0109141613-00.jpg
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    nice!...those remind me of the billy bars they sell for the triumph bonneville

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    Man,you creative / knowledgeable guy's make me grin all the time.Good job!.
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    Now you can avoid getting your shoes soaked riding on wet roads while commuting.

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    Very nice sanitary and creative modification. Let me know if you get any rotation from foot pressure. I'm not only ham-handed, I tend to be stomp-footed too.
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    100 miles so far.......its nice to have another place to put your feet.......no rotation so far......

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    That's good to hear...project added to list.
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