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Technical Section => Make / Model Specific Discussions => Husqvarna => Topic started by: alanB on September 29, 2012, 08:40:57 pm

Title: Wide footpegs
Post by: alanB on September 29, 2012, 08:40:57 pm
I was driving past Full Throttle this morning so decided to pop in.

After browsing around a bit I came across some nice billet machined wide aluminium foot pegs at a reasonable price (R600 odd)

Of course they didnt have anything for Husky.

But did a search on my iPhone and found that late model KTM pegs fit with a bit of filing - apparently - it must be true its on the internet!   ::)

So given that I didnt set out to buy anything and that this month has been a slow month business wise and thus I wasnt brimming with cash, and that I wasnt sure that they would fit - I bought them  :biggrin:

Took them home and amazingly with a small amount of filing the do fit perfectly :ricky:
(http://www.abolton.co.za/upload/footpeg.jpg)

I had to cut the right hand foot peg holder plate thingy to allow the peg to swivel properly (although now it will bang into the brake leaver so maybe thats why that was like that?).

Still I'm happy  :thumleft:
Title: Re: Wide footpegs
Post by: Rough Rider on September 30, 2012, 10:26:18 am
I was driving past Full Throttle this morning so decided to pop in.

After browsing around a bit I came across some nice billet machined wide aluminium foot pegs at a reasonable price (R600 odd)

Of course they didnt have anything for Husky.

But did a search on my iPhone and found that late model KTM pegs fit with a bit of filing - apparently - it must be true its on the internet!   ::)

So given that I didnt set out to buy anything and that this month has been a slow month business wise and thus I wasnt brimming with cash, and that I wasnt sure that they would fit - I bought them  :biggrin:

Took them home and amazingly with a small amount of filing the do fit perfectly :ricky:
(http://www.abolton.co.za/upload/footpeg.jpg)

I had to cut the right hand foot peg holder plate thingy to allow the peg to swivel properly (although now it will bang into the brake leaver so maybe thats why that was like that?).

Still I'm happy  :thumleft:


I have always had a set of those on  my 610  :biggrin:
Title: Re: Wide footpegs
Post by: blazes on September 30, 2012, 06:23:56 pm
Nice price i paid R1200 for the ones on mine --think i need to buy a set --NOW for my other 610 in the crate --Thank's Alan  :biggrin:
Title: Re: Wide footpegs
Post by: BiG DoM on October 01, 2012, 08:04:27 pm
Love my PivotPegz I picked up 2nd hand off Husky Cafe for $80 all in. :ricky:
Title: Re: Wide footpegs
Post by: Straatkat on August 27, 2013, 08:30:16 pm
+1
Also love my Pivot-Pegz. Rode a bike with normal footpegs the other day, then you really miss the PP's
Title: Re: Wide footpegs
Post by: 777 on August 27, 2013, 08:45:45 pm
I was driving past Full Throttle this morning so decided to pop in.

After browsing around a bit I came across some nice billet machined wide aluminium foot pegs at a reasonable price (R600 odd)

Of course they didnt have anything for Husky.

But did a search on my iPhone and found that late model KTM pegs fit with a bit of filing - apparently - it must be true its on the internet!   ::)

So given that I didnt set out to buy anything and that this month has been a slow month business wise and thus I wasnt brimming with cash, and that I wasnt sure that they would fit - I bought them  :biggrin:

Took them home and amazingly with a small amount of filing the do fit perfectly :ricky:
(http://www.abolton.co.za/upload/footpeg.jpg)

I had to cut the right hand foot peg holder plate thingy to allow the peg to swivel properly (although now it will bang into the brake leaver so maybe thats why that was like that?).

Still I'm happy  :thumleft:

Did u see if they had for a 690 ?