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post #11 of 44 (permalink) Old 03-23-2013, 08:32 PM
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Same here as for the chrome not lasting just paint them flat black
Good idea. I realize they might pit at some point, but they just fit me too well to try anything else .

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post #12 of 44 (permalink) Old 03-23-2013, 11:59 PM
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I got a set of mick-o-pegs when they first came out. Even moved them to my new bike as couldn't live with out them anymore. They work great.

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Kury now has a set that work similar to the mic-o-pegs!

Got a link? I'm not finding them on the Kury website. Thanks!






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I had the kury and now have the mic o pegs. I felt the kury's were a little too wide for me and I also hit the fairing a little. So the mic o pegs seem more comfortable but definitely limit use during practically any degree of bank turns. Overall I will probably stick with the mic o pegs because of width issues and I guess I'm not that flexible.

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Mick-o- pegs.

Kury's were ok but hurt my hips and the pegs pitted. Arms held up pretty well though.
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THINK NEW KURYS ARE 3'S THERE CALLED - HAVE 2'S THAT ARE PITTED BUT I LIKE BECAUSE HAVE MINE MOUNTED UP HIGH AND CAN PUSH BUT OFF SEAT IF WANTED - MIC'S MAKE LEG GO STRAIGHT OUT - ALL IN WANT YOU WANT TO DO

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MIC'S MAKE LEG GO STRAIGHT OUT
This is true for some models, for some riders. We have many different models which allow many different positions, some will allow a straight, stretched out position, some will allow different amounts of bend in the knee depending on what you want.

We have a Kury Ergo III on order and are considering the possibility of selling them along with our own pegs. When it arrives, we will know exactly what it does. Just looking at the picture, we know that it will work well for some riders but for others, it will cause the legs to hit either the fairing or the engine. You can find them here.
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Got a link? I'm not finding them on the Kury website. Thanks!
http://www.kuryakyn.com/Products/433...-Cruise-Mounts

There is also an option that will update current Ergo II to Ergo III Part# 4080 $149.99
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Thanks for the link guys. I appreciate the help. I have a friend who I helped install the mic-o-pegs on his bike in the parking lot of a hotel after purchasing a set sometime in in 2000 and they are still going strong. For what the Kury's cost, I think I'd be better off with a set of the mic-o-pegs personally.

Now if I can just figure out which ones to get. I wish the website had more pics. I want the pegs facing outward of the motor, but I'm unsure which set to buy.






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