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Wing Leader. These boards sit about two incest lower than the stock foot pegs. They have nylon rub blocks where contact the ground during cornering.

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My 1984 came with previous owner installed Wingleader foot boards and I was skeptical at first.

15 years later I'd not trade them for pegs, that couple of inches of free foot movement is a GOD sent on a long ride.
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Ken,
I think floor boards enhance a bike's freeway capabilities. Floorboards and a backrest will lighten multiple 600 mile days.

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