The peg is from Joker Machine. They have two versions - short and long. I picked the short to keep the bike width narrow. I don't remember if I bought it direct or from a distributer (i'll check). It mounts to the Chainsickle rear sets with a pivot bolt and pivots vertically upward which is different than a typical dual sport or dirt bike peg where their pegs usually pivot at a 45deg angle up and backwards. But, they do still pivot, so if(when) the bike falls over, it should rotate up. Dog paddling in sand though, or foot down sliding in a dirt corner is where its good to have the 45deg pivot so they give when your leg calves hit the pegs. I used the stock Sportster spring clips on mine too to prevent the pegs from rattling. When you lift the peg up, it doesn't go back down by itself. You need to push it down. Im considering changing to a more dirt oriented 45deg peg for mine now. I just need to change my mounting brackets that bolts on. I think the Joker Machine is a nice looking peg and it works fine for most riding, but in a crash or dog paddling, Id like a 45geg type with spring return. Personal taste. Maybe you can modify the clevis width that the XR peg would fit into to make it fit? So far, I haven't dropped mine to crash test them, so cant help there Forgot to add - the chainsickle rear sets are fairly high and back, so for standing, it may not be ideal. I worked with Shane on custom lower brackets and new shift linkage that helped, but ultimately I had to make my own to get the pegs where I wanted them. Anyway, Shane's a good guy and im sure he'll work with you if needed.