Good fit, good feel. Nice wide peg, better than stock for sure with a better price.
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These footpegs are high quality for the price, and easy to install. My buddy was shocked when he installed them in less than 10 minutes, it took him more than 4 hours to install the competitors brand on his DRZ.
They are a little wider than what I'm used to, but after a half hour on the bike, I felt totally comfortable. Nice product.
They are quality footpegs but needed some extensive modification to fit my 1993 CR500. The description included the 1993 but the angle on the back plates did not match the stock angle on the frame of the bike or the original pegs at all. I had to grind nearly a quarter of an inch off and change the angle for them to fit. There was enough metal there to do it and I am confident it should be strong enough to work. Just did not anticipate doing my own fabrication.
I've had wide pegs on my wishlist for a while now and I only wish I would have purchased them sooner. My drz400sm sees 80% road &20% dirt. These pegs are comfortable and give good feedback on and off road. For the money you can't go wrong. Easy install too.
These are great Pegs very durable, However if you ride a lot of Muddy rough wet Rocky conditions i would recommend IMS "Pro series" Pegs they're a little more but have a lot more "Bite" to them. These are great for beginners.
This was the best 80 or so bucks I could of spent. The stock pegs on these old bikes are really narrow and it was easy to slip off the peg. With these I feel more control and comfortable when riding.. .. Only downside was that they didnt hook right up like they say it does. It required me to take a grinder and grind some metal down to make it work but it wasn't the end of the world.. If I need to buy them again I would..
The oversized pegs are very nice however they are extremely dull. If you ever are forced to ride through a muddy corner you will be regretting these pegs. you will need to grind them down if you want grip
I have these pegs on three of my bikes now, they all perform well, the extra width is vey nice both on the track and trail. They look nice, are very strong and fit with very little modification. Better than stock, and much cheaper than other aftemarket pegs that aren't any better. Good quality for the price.
I had my eye on these IMS pegs for a couple years for my trail bike. I finally bought a pair for a recent 10 day Utah desert riding trip and got in 1200 miles with the pegs. Here are my thoughts: 1) the front edge is in the same location forward as the stock pegs. 2) the surface is about 10mm taller than stock. 3) the back edge of the peg is up 10mm and back about 25mm farther than the stock pegs. 4) they extend about 15mm farther out than the stock pegs.
Since they stick out farther I hit them a lot while climbing and descending steep, rocky (bigger than basket ball size) mining roads. Didn't stop me, but it was irritating.
The taller pegs caused my center of gravity to be higher. Wasn't really noticeable, but higher CG is not good.
I liked my weight being back farther while descending very steep trails and in track-stands to choose lines, trials bike style.
Because they are higher and stick out farther, I occasionally smacked my shin while kick starting. That part sucks. I had a huge lump on my right tibia for several days. The skinny new shin plate on the Alpinestar Tech 8's have a soft spot right where my shin hits this peg - so very little protection from my boots. I made sure I sat back pretty far before kicking, which helped.