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Help finding front foot pegs for my 96 savage
11/05/12 at 03:47:07
 
I went to LYCA's site, but didn't see any that looked like it would be an easy install. A part number might help me see what you guys are seeing. I'm not a mechanic or welder and I want the foot pegs to look nice, too. Oh yeah. I'd like them to be inexpensive. Am I asking too much? Where did you get yours from? Do you have a part number and price? Were they easy to install?

Your help is appreciated. I've been to a bunch of sites, but I have yet to find a foot peg that's inexpensive, looks nice, and is a direct fit.
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Reply #1 - 11/05/12 at 06:58:29
 
You problably have to email them and let them know what you want.
They're cheap enough to get an extra set... you know... in case.
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Re: Help finding front foot pegs for my 96 savage
Reply #2 - 11/05/12 at 11:47:52
 
Give them a call. $15.00 Each. They are take offs for RYCA  builds.
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Re: Help finding front foot pegs for my 96 savage
Reply #3 - 11/05/12 at 17:54:08
 
Have a good look at Rowboats "bike"..
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Re: Help finding front foot pegs for my 96 savage
Reply #4 - 11/05/12 at 18:05:46
 
Jimbo you want "easy"? To quote Tina Turner in the song "Proud Mary/Rollin on the River" around here" we don't do nothin' nice and easy" Grin

But for some trick pegs,visit a HD shop or custom shop and dig through their "take-offs" pile. Some of the Sportster pegs adapt to our scoots with just a little modification.  Adapting Sporty pegs (or shocks)ain't rocket science.  Jump in and play a little....and impress your friends with your customizing abilities!
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Reply #5 - 11/05/12 at 18:25:34
 
I went to my local HD custom shop and bought some take-offs for $10 a pair. All I needed to do was drill the hole a little bigger. I used a regular hand held drill. It worked well.
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Reply #6 - 11/06/12 at 03:27:42
 
Same here too Greg, I ordered some sportster pegs and drilled them by hand without issue.  The rears slid right in no problem with washers to stop the wiggle, the front's I'm making a block for the back so they still have back play but not down/forward play.  Wink
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