what are the largest pegs for the xr650r


7 replies to this topic
  • simon@vic

Posted October 20, 2006 - 08:18 AM

#1

i bought a set of ims pro SS pegs and had to send them back. too small. smaller then all other ims pegs i have seen. smaller then stock crf230 pegs {and that is SAD}

i have been told to get Try Fastway pegs. i was wondering if there are any other options.

thx

  • Blakerj10

Posted October 20, 2006 - 08:23 AM

#2

I have a pair from xrs only that I purchased prior to my boycott. They are really big, but kind of crude looking. They work great, just looks like they were made by hand with a dremel or somthing.

  • ProMed

Posted October 20, 2006 - 10:30 AM

#3

i bought a set of ims pro SS pegs and had to send them back. too small. smaller then all other ims pegs i have seen. smaller then stock crf230 pegs {and that is SAD}
thx

You don't have IMS Pro series pegs if they are the same size as the stock pegs. I have put the IMS Pro pegs on my CR250, CRF450 and a XR650 and they were twice as wide as all of the stock pegs I was replacing. Also, it seems you are combining two different pegs by saying IMS PRO SS. The IMS Pro have very aggressive teeth and the IMS Super Stock (SS) has a less aggressive tooth design but should be the same width.

I do plan to try out the new Sunline stainless pegs on my next bike when they are released due to their very interesting new tooth design. This is the only picture I could find on them:

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  • LandSharkGT

Posted October 20, 2006 - 10:54 AM

#4

You don't have IMS Pro series pegs if they are the same size as the stock pegs. I have put the IMS Pro pegs on my CR250, CRF450 and a XR650 and they were twice as wide as all of the stock pegs I was replacing. Also, it seems you are combining two different pegs by saying IMS PRO SS. The IMS Pro have very aggressive teeth and the IMS Super Stock (SS) has a less aggressive tooth design but should be the same width.

I do plan to try out the new Sunline stainless pegs on my next bike when they are released due to their very interesting new tooth design. This is the only picture I could find on them:

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Where to get those pegs?????
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  • MindBlower

Posted October 20, 2006 - 03:25 PM

#5

I think he means IMS Pro Stainless Steel. I have them for a 350.

  • simon@vic

Posted October 20, 2006 - 03:34 PM

#6

i ordered some moose ti pegs. very nice but not cheap!!

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  • squatpuke

Posted October 29, 2006 - 09:42 AM

#7

Can the IMS Pro series pegs fit on the 650L?

  • rebelventurer

Posted October 29, 2006 - 12:10 PM

#8

I have the xrs only pegs and love them got them for $63 from rideaide@hotmail.com I looked at others first including the ims and fastway, But was sold on the xrs only, and they do not look like they were cut with a dremel, polished outsides and fit was first rate. And they have them for both the R and L models, probably the same part#.





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