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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-14-2013, 04:05 PM Thread Starter
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Lowering pegs for Bonnie T100

I have come up with the best and easist solution, you won't even believe it. After working myself into a frenzy to try and fabricate something that would make my 2012 Bonnie more leg friendly, I happened to look over at my 2008 Scrambler, and happened to notice the right rear peg.

Then I felt incredibly stupid.

So buy two right rear scram pegs, and you just solved your cramping problem and dropped your foot 1 1/2 inches, and man is it comfortable.

Thank you in advance for all the compliments I know you guys will send my way. Woo Hoo.

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This, of course, absolutely requires a photgraph.

And, what is the effect on your cornering clearance?



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I have come up with the best and easist solution, you won't even believe it. After working myself into a frenzy to try and fabricate something that would make my 2012 Bonnie more leg friendly, I happened to look over at my 2008 Scrambler, and happened to notice the right rear peg.

Then I felt incredibly stupid.

So buy two right rear scram pegs, and you just solved your cramping problem and dropped your foot 1 1/2 inches, and man is it comfortable.

Thank you in advance for all the compliments I know you guys will send my way. Woo Hoo.
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Great solution for some, but the pegs scrap easily enough as is. Lowering them 1.5 inches mush really spark thing up.
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post #5 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-15-2013, 09:53 AM Thread Starter
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Lowering pegs for Bonnie T100-img-20130114-00155.jpg

It has no negative effect on cornering, I have ridden over 100 miles with this mod and it is fantastic.

Hey, if you are riding so aggresively that you are dragging pegs regularly, God Bless You. I ride a lot, all the time, don't push it quite that far. So for me, this was a GREAT solution.

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