Custom Foot pegs, stainless steel and lowered!

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  1. 79 bronco

    79 bronco Moderator & Self Custom Psycho Staff Member

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    My 1" lowered stainless steel foot pegs.

    The right peg has a aluminum shift rod boot guard, and the left peg has a brake pedal bracket that was cut off a stock 03 foot peg.

    My right ss peg with boot guard is 1lb 15.8oz
    VS
    Right stock doubled up wide peg is 2lb 3.4oz


    My left ss peg with brake pedal bracket is 3lb 3.1oz
    VS
    Left stock doubled up wide peg is 3lb 4.0oz


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    BlasterFun484 Supporting Member Forum Supporter

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    doug!!! that's dope.... would this affect direct fit to running nerfs and heal guards (yfz450 wouldn't matter so much aside from brackets to frame changing some). man I could really use a set of these pretty boys.
     
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  3. 79 bronco

    79 bronco Moderator & Self Custom Psycho Staff Member

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    I could probably drill hols to bolt any heal guard and nerfs up to the peg as long as i got room to get a nut on the back of the bolt.

    I put hols in these pegs to run Raptor heal guard.


    I was running a raptor foot peg bolted to the back of my stock foot peg with Raptor heal guards. This moves my heal guards back about 1 3/4".
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    Here is a pic of a early steel concept foot peg with my heel guards.
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    Mad skills
     
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    Herpderplol BRRAAAAAAAAAPP

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    damn man, looks hella nice!

    next thing you post is going to be "custom frame, stainless steel and sexy"
     
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    79 bronco Moderator & Self Custom Psycho Staff Member

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    The next thing will be a SS break pedal , then maybe a SS big bore pipe.
     
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    Herpderplol BRRAAAAAAAAAPP

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    oh really??!??

    Will that pipe be as seamless as all your other products?:rolleyes:
     
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    Did you cut those off of something else and just build your own mounts?
     
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    Herpderplol BRRAAAAAAAAAPP

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    knowing him, is was all custom. its his way of life ;)
     
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    Looks good, nice little pieces!
     
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    79 bronco Moderator & Self Custom Psycho Staff Member

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    No, its probably going to have seams all over the place, and probably not very nice. That thin stuff is not easy to weld!
     
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    All built myself! Except for the brake pedal bracket.
     
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    Do you own a press break? And man that musta taken alot of time marking out and drilling every one of the holes that you used for the grip portion!
     
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    I made a pattern, and used a punch press for the holes, and a big a$$ hand break to do the bending.
     
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    How much do these cost? :D
     
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    Dont know yet! What does a set of 1" lowered stainless steel foot pegs go for these days?

    Right now i would say these pegs are priceless! lol ;)
     
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    Dude after looking over some of your parts you have made. You have got some mad skills. :O Sweet looking parts
     
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    Digging up a old thread here.. Would you be interested selling a set as i have been looking for some pegs just like this with no luck.
     
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    Im looking to make my own set f these pegs, but not stainless steel. Just wondering how you did it, what type of steel you used for the original concept set, and your mesaurements for everything. Thanks!
     

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