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    Default Passenger peg placement on a chopper...

    Whats up guys...currently in my first build and I've realized in all my insperation photo searches and on line viewing i've never really looked at passenger peg placement. Tryin to find a nice tucked away place but also a place where they'll be usefull.

    Would dig seein some pics of where and how you mounted your passenger pegs on your chop

    thanks fellas!

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    a lot of choppers ive seen have high mounted pegs that are on the rear frame tubes, and they fold to the frame. on my cb chopper, someone had put what looked like waves on each side that held passenger pegs.

    this is Fingers of LOM bike. his OL rode on the back from FLA all the way up to the first Revenge Run,



    also, heres Fingers Sweet Cocaine build. (with my old seat on it!!!)


    and one more, all from DeathScience blog. look at the brown tanked bike, youll see a similar peg setup to Fingers.
    Last edited by REV; 11-19-2011 at 3:50 PM.

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    nice! thanks REV...gives me some good ideas!

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    You can see mine - just under the seat springs - my girlfriend has ridden with her feet there and didnt complain - my Evo chop will have the footpegs in roughly the same spot


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