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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old Mar 23rd, 2019, 7:21 am Thread Starter
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K1200gt and K1300gt Highway pegs

Get rid of leg and knee pain on long rides with highway pegs developed for these great sport touring bikes! I have a limited supply on hand. I am a fellow rider and first made these in 2012, Tom Sweda first posted about them in 2013.
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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old Mar 23rd, 2019, 7:41 am
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I bought a pair almost 2 years ago. Does wonders for the knees.
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These look cool! I have a 2004 KGT. Will they fit? How much? Thanks
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post #4 of 14 (permalink) Old Mar 27th, 2019, 6:53 pm
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Also interested. Will they fit the '03-'05? Even my fake knee would appreciate it :-)
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How much is a set of these for a 2007 K1200GT??
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I bought a pair almost 2 years ago. Does wonders for the knees.
I purchased a set when he first made them, and they have really kept me riding longer than I had planned. i am 84 and have had two total knee replacements in one knee. After two hours on the bike, the pegs are sorely needed. Whenever i am on a long stretch of highway, my feet are planted on the pegs.
This is a ringing endorsement and i have no interest in the manufacturer of the product. I had thought that they were no longer made as they are expensive. I believe i paid $350 plus for them.
Better than drilling holes in the side panels.
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I paid $350.00 for my set. They make a big difference as the distance between the foot pegs and the highway pegs is about 10". I also have the Suburban Machinery lowering pegs on my bike. He sent me a diagram on how to modify the lowering pegs so they fit with the highway pegs. I think they only fit the '06 and up K12GT/K13GT bikes.

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Looks like a great setup !

I'm interested if you still have any available.

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post #9 of 14 (permalink) Old Apr 3rd, 2019, 6:38 pm
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Recently bought highway pegs for GT

I just bought a set of these highway pegs from Ken Estrada. $350 plus $18 shipping. I have not installed them yet but I look forward to them. 2007 K1200GT. Here is his Facebook page.

https://www.facebook.com/EstradaDesi...myT9y8qDYucB78

You may have to modify the drivers peg mount if you use lowers. Photos are from his page except showing my pegs with lowering brackets.
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Just bought a pair from Ken for my 09 K1300GT. Took all of 5 min to install. Did have to adjust the shift lever down a bit as it hit the bracket when I upshifted. All in all, I love them. Look great, easy to opperate, and an extra spot for my legs to stretch out a bit.
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