Short Legs

Discussion in 'Dyna Models' started by JPHarley, Mar 10, 2010.

  1. JPHarley

    JPHarley Active Member

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    I'm about 5' 3" maybe 5'4" in my boots. My problem is my stock highway pegs on my 09 Low Rider are too far out for me to rest my feet on when cruising the highway. Anybody got any ideas on getting them closer or is there pegs I could buy that would work for me?
    Thanks for any advise.
    JP
     
  2. scotracy

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    Jp, I think you may have 2 options. They sell adjustable mounts for your highway pegs to bring them closer. I think they also sell a reach seat to move ya forward to. Hope this helps.
     
  3. NEWHD74FAN

    NEWHD74FAN Experienced Member Retired Moderators

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    JPHarley, SCOtracy has the right idea...check out this link to the MOCO website for adjustable footpegs...if you have HD highway bars (they are typically 1 1/4" diameter or so...). :newsmile093:

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  4. jmpancoast

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    To offer another option, check out Kuryakyn offset pegs extensions. I use these to extend my forward controls and give me a wider stance getting my knees off the horn and air cleaner. Because the can be positioned anywhere in the 360 degree rotation, they also can be used to shorten highway pegs.

    Here are a couple pics of them mounted on my forwards:

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    Link to Kuryakyn:

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  5. glenalt

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    Kuryakyns are great. I have a set of their switchblades that I love and the adjustable ones look like they would do what you need.
     
  6. JPHarley

    JPHarley Active Member

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    Thanks guys....I'm going to check on the Kuryakyns. I checked on the HD adjustable ones for my bike and the salesman told me they only adjust out...not in. I don't know if that is true or not....
    I like those ones in the pics...
    Thanks again.
    JP