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Which model of Kuryakyn Ergo highway pegsdo you guys with GL1800 have on your bikes?

I can't tell by the pictures which model is the right one for my new bike.

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There are pegs and boards ,,,The ergo 2 cruise pegs(dually iso pegs) are excellent ..They are adjustable for almost every angle ,,I used the cruise boards for 2 1800s and then I switched to pegs ,,The pegs are way more comfortable ,Kuryakyn part number 4050,Cheers Ciaran

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As for the highway pegs try out kuryakyn catalog there are a lot out there that will work. I have the set model #7980 Longhorn Offset Pegs with Quick Clamps. Below is a link to their site. Good luck with your new wing . Many Many miles of enjoyment

http://www.kuryakyn.com/category.asp...n=Highway+Pegs


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Be careful. Kury 4050 peg mounts can hit the pavement and lift your front wheel off. Kury 4056, 4057 or 4058 pegs will not. You can find them here:

http://www.hondadirectlineusa.com/st...p;ID=955820679

Make sure you mount them high enough above the horzontal bar so they will not scrape before the horizontal bars. For a test you can do, go here:

http://www.gl1800riders.com/forums/v...amp;highlight=

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I have the LightedCruise Boardsand they are absolutely brilliant. They look smart fully lit either folded up or down and are very practical giving your legs a chance to stretch. They can be adjusted to quite a few different positions to suit all leg sizes. I just replaced my last set from my old 1500 after 6 yrs of use and the only marks on them were bits of chrome flaking off the mounting bracket. Highly recommended.



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Man, youwould have tobe doing some pretty radical curve riding to get the bike over that far.

I realize that you may have to do some evasive maneuvers to avoid an accident but you have to get it way down there to scrap the engine guards wouldn't you?

I thought it only natural to have the pegs above the horizontal bar. I guess it would be dangerous to have the pegs below it.

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RedWinger,

The 4056 modelare the ones I was pretty sure I wanted. It's just a matter of finding the best price now.

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I'd give the Mick-O-Pegs a real hard look. I had two different types of pegs and didin't like either on the road. Too high, too low, too something but the Mics with the heavy spring and the 4050 pegs are JUST RIGHT

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