|03-20-2009, 12:51 PM||#1|
Joined: Sep 2005
Location: Mukwonago, WI
We are running a Fall Special on CJ Designs LONG BLACK KTM Foot peg Extensions to help TEST out the NEW SITE.
Perfect for all those naked 950/990 Foot pegs out there.
These are NEW - NOT blemmed.
Promo offer $100 a set. Limited to stock on hand. First come, First Serve!
Order 3 sets or more - FREE Shipping in the USA, 1/2 off shipping outside the USA. Gets your buddies together for a group buy. This won't last long!
Retail $140 a set.
*Shipping will be refunded when I process the order. You MUST put your ADVrider name in "Business Blank"
CHECK IT OUT.
PIVOT PEGZ MK2 version are ready to ship. BLACK/ ORANGE and Machine Finish. Email me w/ your color and length choice. Same price as KTM version.
These fit on all bikes w/ Pivot PegzMK2 brand Pegs only. Will Not work with the MK3.
We have MK2 combo packs instock.
Long and Standard size pegs in BLACK, ORANGE colors are in stock ready to ship!!!
(mention ADVrider and give me your advrider name if your email me to get this discount.)
Originally I made these with out stainless pins. The Aluminum faces wore out faster, and lost there grip over time. They we also more slippery when wet. I updated the design to include Stainless steel pins to offer great grip with out ripping up the soles of your boots. I now have over 60,000 miles on my first set.
These extenders increases the size and length of your stock KTM footpegs.
You can even keep the stock rubber dampener in if you prefer to use those for extended freeway trips across the plains.
My size 12 boot was always sliding off the pegs and rolling in rough terrain, not anymore. These have been ergonomically designed to offer support and control of your motorcycle.
Some aftermarket pegs add width at the cost off limiting the amount the peg can flex up in a crash. That can cause a broken frame tab and an expensive repair bill. I've machined my version for clearance to allow maximum flex, just like the stock pegs.
Shown here: http://www.advrider.com/forums/showp...6&postcount=54
Two options will be offered.
1) Drill 3 small holes in each pegs yourself and install hardware for the cheapest price.
2) Send me your pegs. ($40 drilling charge) If I have extra pegs in stock I'll send you a set ready to install w/ preset springs and new cottter pins. Then refund the "Core Charge" ($80) when your set arrive to me.
These work on KTM pegs with
Pictures of pegs lengths are here.
Prices for DIY pegs kits.
Anodizing- Orange, Black.
If you need pegs too, price will depend on how much I have to pay for them. Contact me for info on what I have in stock.
Sending in your pegs to me to drill is an option too. Add $40.
Optional sizes shown here.
Comparison pics shown here:
Don't chance breaking your frame mounted peg tabs like other wider pegs can, it's not an easy or cheap fix. These have a built in a safety release so that won't happen.
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cjracer screwed with this post 10-18-2012 at 08:46 PM
|03-20-2009, 05:57 PM||#3|
Joined: Feb 2003
Location: Little Rock, AR
Any chance for an LC4 version?
Little Rock, AR
|03-20-2009, 06:15 PM||#4|
Joined: Jul 2004
Location: Pickwick Lake, Tennessippi
Craig - I have a pile of KTM's and would be interested in a test set. Send me a PM and we'll settle up. I need to square away a clutch with you too.
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Hair of the dog....
|03-21-2009, 02:56 PM||#8|
Trusting my Cape...
Joined: Mar 2006
Location: Where the hell is Truckee, CA?
I'd love a set of these, whether test or otherwise. With my knee braaces on I always have trouble getting my feet far enough on the pegs.
Let me know, I have an extra set of stock pegs I can send in.
UPDATE- CJ, I would proably prefer the drill-it-yourself version, but I can go with whatever is convenient for you. Also, either way I can donate a set of stock pegs to the cause if you need them. Just let me know and I'll drop them in the mail and they are your to do with what you wish.
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07 KTM 950 Super Enduro
04 KTM 250exc- plated two-stroke
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brents347 screwed with this post 03-24-2009 at 10:14 AM
|03-21-2009, 10:27 PM||#11|
Joined: Jun 2006
Location: giant sandbox
test set for Dubai please
I would happily try a set of these as a test or otherwise. I will also show them to the local KTM dealer and encourage him to stock these. They look great and are just what I've been searching for.
|03-22-2009, 04:29 AM||#12|
Joined: Jan 2003
CJ, I'll test a set of the pegs on the SE. I have a size 12 boot as well and love to have some more surface to stand on.
You can send the "DIY" kit, I can drill the holes myself. Thanks.
PaulS screwed with this post 03-24-2009 at 07:16 AM
|03-22-2009, 07:30 AM||#13|
Joined: Jun 2007
Nice work CJ, wish I had seen this 2 weeks ago... (or wish you would have posted this)
I am not overly impressed with the one's I bought, the right peg hits the mount for the brake pedal when you try to fold it up... what the f—k
I am also interested in your pegs and would also encourage my local dealer (CycleHut) to stock them if they work as well as they look...
Originally Posted by d0gWateR
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Dusty screwed with this post 03-22-2009 at 08:25 AM
|03-22-2009, 09:23 AM||#15|
Joined: Apr 2008
Location: Sunnyvale, California
Hey CJ! if you still have some test pegs I would be interested in testing forya as well. Put em in the box with the SAS blockoff plates and sparkplug wrench! and let me know how much.
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