Mark II Pivotpegs for 08 YZ450f


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  • Wes Woodin

Posted December 27, 2007 - 06:54 PM

#1

I wanted to know if anybody has used these pegs on the 08 YZ450f yet. I would like to get some but want to be sure of a few things first. I used to run Fastway 3 pegs and loved them. One thing I loved about them is that they had two positions. (High, Low.) The problem with running the fastways in the lowboy position is they hit the lower mounting bolt. The only to make them flush is to run the screw all the way in then grind the screws down, otherwise with the screw out it would not be level and pegs would be to far down. Here is the question. #1 The mark II Pivotpegs do offer the lowboy position, but do they have the problem in hitting the lower mounting bolt. #2 it seems that the main support of the pivotpeg is the screw itself. I would hate it if it broke. Any problems with the pivotpeg breaking. It seem that the stock peg or any static peg would be much stronger. I realy do like the concept of the pivotpeg and they do look great as far as fit and finish.

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  • Norman

Posted December 27, 2007 - 08:21 PM

#2

I rode a CR450X with them and thought they felt very awkward, I too used the Fastways on my CRF, Im sticking with the stock 08's, if you decide to get rid of them let me know.

  • todds924

Posted December 27, 2007 - 08:44 PM

#3

I rode a CR450X with them and thought they felt very awkward, I too used the Fastways on my CRF, Im sticking with the stock 08's, if you decide to get rid of them let me know.


Stock 08 pegs are beautiful.





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