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    Default anyone running, or have pics of high mount/frisco pegs?

    I love the look of high mount mid pegs, and was thinking about fabbing some up for my sportster but I'm kinda looking for ideas on how to go about it. Anyone have pics of any high mount setups? Looking for any pics but sportster would help out more. Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by beatnbruised View Post
    I love the look of high mount mid pegs, and was thinking about fabbing some up for my sportster but I'm kinda looking for ideas on how to go about it. Anyone have pics of any high mount setups? Looking for any pics but sportster would help out more. Thanks
    Wanted to bring this thread back. Does anyone have any picks or ideas on how to do this? I have a 2010 Sporty 48 and wanted to do this.

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    Rest your feet on the primary and cam covers, there is a decent spot for your feet. Boom, done. Are you wanting these in addition to regular mids or in replacement of?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brooklynbomber View Post
    Rest your feet on the primary and cam covers, there is a decent spot for your feet. Boom, done. Are you wanting these in addition to regular mids or in replacement of?
    Did that on a ride to vegas, thought I was gonna melt my chucks

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    I made some for my Ironhead. It would be a similar job for any bike.


























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    ^^^^^^Ruler^^^^^^^^^^^^

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    dude, mreed, those are sick

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    Quote Originally Posted by mreed View Post
    I made some for my Ironhead. It would be a similar job for any bike.

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    Great work...That design is exactly like they did it on my Nighthawk honda from the factory.....of yourse yours are much nicer than the casted crap they make.

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    Damn mreed, good shit! bookmarked...

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    Totally agree...great work mreed....thanks....have a idea on what to do...thnxs

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    Thanks. They're similar to old stock Honda peg mounts because I copied the basic design from my Honda chop


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    They are pretty easy to make on your year bike. I'll dig up some pics of mine. Only 2" higher than stock though...

    edit: Well, to the OP, easy for that year. I'll look at my buddy's 2010 and see what it might take. Mreeds are legit for sure, and would prolly work out pretty similar to a rubber mount since the controls already bolt to the frame.
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    This is just 1/4" flat bar welded to the stock mount. It's gussted on the back. No folding. I laid the bike over one day, and the thing just sat on the peg, like a crash guard.


    Just flipped the shifter over and it was perfect for me.


    And the brake side



    You gotta space your master up just the same. I run a GSXR master, so mine won't really help you too much. But just take a piece of 1/4 plate and drill two sets of holes in it, one set moved up 2" and just bolt that to where the master bolts up then the master to the plate.

    On the road.....


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    thats one clean ass bike

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    Quote Originally Posted by BillyT View Post
    This is just 1/4" flat bar welded to the stock mount. It's gussted on the back. No folding. I laid the bike over one day, and the thing just sat on the peg, like a crash guard.


    Just flipped the shifter over and it was perfect for me.


    And the brake side



    You gotta space your master up just the same. I run a GSXR master, so mine won't really help you too much. But just take a piece of 1/4 plate and drill two sets of holes in it, one set moved up 2" and just bolt that to where the master bolts up then the master to the plate.

    On the road.....

    Thanks BillyT.....pics will help out a lot. How do you like the ride? I'll get working on it this weekend. Appreciate everyone's help!

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    any more ????

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    Quote Originally Posted by BillyT View Post
    This is just 1/4" flat bar welded to the stock mount. It's gussted on the back. No folding. I laid the bike over one day, and the thing just sat on the peg, like a crash guard.


    Just flipped the shifter over and it was perfect for me.


    And the brake side



    You gotta space your master up just the same. I run a GSXR master, so mine won't really help you too much. But just take a piece of 1/4 plate and drill two sets of holes in it, one set moved up 2" and just bolt that to where the master bolts up then the master to the plate.

    On the road.....

    Really diggin your bike Billy, simple and badass, that exhaust is killer. Just picked up a 1200S today, gonna go for something similiar- cafe//bratstyle/tracker doesnt really fall in a niche. Mids put my knees up in the air though, wouldnt do high mids but they look cool

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    Quote Originally Posted by mreed View Post
    I made some for my Ironhead. It would be a similar job for any bike.

























    that's cool ! what size is that piece of channel you used? i'd like to do something like that for my build
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    Thanks. 1" wide 1/2" tall but it doesn't really matter what size you use, that's just what I had laying around. Just needs to be strong enough to hold your weight if you need to stand up on the pegs for rough roads or whatever.

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    Think I'm gonna have to do that with my forwards. I have to ride with farwards because my long legs cramp with mids but I'm always dragging and catching the ground with them.

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