Are 950/990 Adv Passenger Pegs Same As SE?

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  1. Two Moto Kiwis

    Two Moto Kiwis Homeless Somewhere

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    Are 950/990 Adv Passenger Pegs Same As SE?

    Not may SE pegs around but a few Adventure pegs, anyone know if they are the same animal?

    Thanks gents
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  2. Misery Goat

    Misery Goat Positating the negative Super Moderator

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    Hey Andi, I'm pretty sure they are the same. Most of us SE riders here remove them b/c they cause some damage when you biff. Maybe we can find a set not getting used here in the valley.
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    Coolio, that sounds saweet, want to catch up with Spencer too to do a brain pick.
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    I can confirm they are exactly the same.
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  5. KTMSER

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    The peg its self is the same but the mounts are not... Different sub frames.
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    Arh ok,, on well it was a good idea while it lasted.

    Back to finding a set of SE passenger peg sets.

    If at some stage Spencer I could meet up with you here, I would really appreciate it, going to catch up with Mark (MG), I have owned KTM 990 SMR in NZ but need to get the scoop on the SE's for any good things to sort prior heading south again.

    Many thanks Andi
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    WOW :eek1 ... would rather not spend that much if I don't have too just for pegs, just put a long bolt in with garden hose bro :D

    Likewise looking forward to meeting you, all the guys have talked you up :evil., I am generating a list of questions that can probably be very easily answered but rather than put em up on here we can do the old fashioned way and have a chat.

    Cheers Andi
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    There's a cheaper option, we talk about it today.
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  11. Rapakon

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    Hey,

    try to look for 950 SM(R) pegs. These are the same than the the SE ones.
    I ride them on mine.:ricky
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    Good info, did a huge search but came up with nothing :cry

    Anyone with some 950 SMR pegs for sale?
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  13. guns&coffee

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    Andi,
    I'm fairly certain they are the same some what lame set-up. I have Craig at CJ Deisgns working on a redesign. I think they would work better if they were designed similar to a set of front pegs that have an extension kit.
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  14. Remmie

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    Maybe I can help.

    I sold mine SE for some time. and I have some Passenger Pegs from the SE laying around.
    Mine didn't come without Pegs, but I got hold on these for used in case.
    They are not the best looking ones, but they will do the trick.
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    Remmie :ricky
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