did you fab them or have someone do them for you?
long before parts catalogues...we made stuff ourselves...sitting around the fire...coyotes howling in the distance...this was well before addiction to electricity...
I think it's a sin these skills have been lost to consumerism.
...and I saw the Billy Bars...they didn't make it for me. these are better.
this started out as bad knees and a forward relief position...then on the horizon's unlimited site, I saw some folks talking the Scrambler up as an "around the world" mount...the high pipes make luggage tricky...so the pegs became a skid plate before I was done.
I had to run out for some 3/8 X 2 bar stock, but everything else I had laying around...so the cost out of pocket was maybe $20 for steel.
I saw rediculous prices for Triumph passenger pegs ($100/per)...and the local bike junk yard didn't have anything that matched...so I ended up making what I wanted as far as pegs for zip.
the oil filter (Pure One) sticks down sufficiently to make a skid plate a must for jumping barbed wire or even that odd stick on the road...the one the front tire kicks up and ends up thru the filter.
I call this belligerent bash plate/peg set-up, "wicked mambo"
nice part is from a distance, you don't even notice it...the lines all blend with the Triumph styling...looks like a factory option.
HEY TRIUMPH...ARE YOU LISTENING?