So here is a quick one. I installed some FastWay wider pegs. Nice units and really well designed. Eeeeexcept for one aspect, when the left peg folded in, it folded right onto the little knub that holds the spring for the side stand. I remember when I put them on I saw this I thought "man, if I go over and this peg folds up, it is going to snap that knub right off and now I have no spring for the side stand". Well, guess what, we had a tiny-weeny incident and the bike fell over on its left while working on it. (note to self: don't remove the front wheel while on the center stand and not enough weight to hold rear down. Bike dips forward, rolls of center stand, and falls over). Aaaaand the peg snapped the knub right off. So I lathed up a stainless pin and then removed the entire side stand bracket assembly and put on my mill. Tricky hole to drill as it was almost at a 45 degree. Use a spot drill then normal drill, Stubby if you have one. Then final ream so the pin I made just presses in. You can see where the old one was in the picture and I had just ground it flat. So back on the bike and spring attached. A little higher and more forward so It has a little more tension now holding it up but I actually like that, keeps the "slap" down. Side note: good grief, the bolts holding the side stand bracket on where TIGHT. And where fully coated in thread lock. I stripped the head on one and had to get a "recovery" torx bit that worked great. But those bolts where STIFF the whole way out. They do NOT want those brackets to come off. If you have not taken yours off yet, I suggest you do not in a shop and controlled environment. Make sure they are not fully seized on now.