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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 25-Jun-2019, 07:23 PM (016) Thread Starter
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This was just one side the other side as the same part number but ending in ..........369
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post #12 of 17 (permalink) Old 25-Jun-2019, 09:16 PM (094)
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I replaced the stock pegs with BMW accessory ones. Much better as they are wider and now my feet don't hurt!

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I purchased these also, but on my R1250 GSA, these pegs are smaller than the pegs that came stock on my bike. They are not wider and they are 1/2 inch shorter.
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Going to order a set- really like the ability to adjust. My GS has small pegs compared to the GSA, so this should be an improvement.

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Right off the box........................

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Sorry. You are correct. $159 each. I paid $289 pair from Max Amazon Store.
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I replaced the stock pegs with BMW accessory ones. Much better as they are wider and now my feet don't hurt!

They look much better in-person

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Just got mine today, and they do look much better in person!

Going to install them tomorrow- anything to look out for? Tips on getting the springs in place properly?

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I had the Dealer install them when they did the first service...............
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post #17 of 17 (permalink) Old 03-Jul-2019, 06:40 AM (486)
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I installed the SW's and they work a treat. If you lowered your pegs and like the twisties be ready for peg drag. The SW's lower an inch and first time out I was dragging pegs. Newer bikes might not but the 04 1200GS will. Kinda cool actually haha
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