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canyonclimb

Rear foot pegs

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I'm in the process of making some bolt on ones for my 07, I'll post pics when I'm done

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your subframe and suspension aren't made for passengers even though your seat looks like it could support two people.

I wouldn't do it, you're bound to get some damage with two adults on it.

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your subframe and suspension aren't made for passengers even though your seat looks like it could support two people.

I wouldn't do it, you're bound to get some damage with two adults on it.

I'm not going through the bumps with two adults, it's only for short rides with the family. around a park and such. I think I may weld a nut onto my subframe and go that route. I'd love to see those pics when your done bolting yours as well.

thanks.

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your subframe and suspension aren't made for passengers even though your seat looks like it could support two people.

I wouldn't do it, you're bound to get some damage with two adults on it.

Be careful! That chain will be whizzin' right by their leg.

Not a good idea!

I would just use rear pegs for short rides for kids (light weight) and emergencies,Wr450 is not sprung for extra weight, Im also fabricating a chain guard at the same time (good point idaho450:thumbsup: )

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