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I have been looking for highway pegs for my PAS for a long time.
Unfortunately, there are only a few usable ones on the market. The offers from the Asian region were not convincing.
Fortunately, I came across the product from "Adventure Bike Pegs" from Heskins, OH in the USA.
Highway Foot Pegs for BMW and Pan America ADV Bikes – Adventure Bike Pegs
They arrived in Switzerland yesterday without any major problems and on time.
They look great, are made of the best material and are very well made.
The support (by email) with the order was very helpful and efficient.
I can only warmly recommend the product to everyone.
Keep the balance
Daniel

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They look good. I went with the AeeDEA highway pegs from India. I really liked the look of them, plus they are black to match the engine guards. I just ordered them today, so I will hopefully have them in a couple of weeks.
 

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I have been looking for highway pegs for my PAS for a long time.
Unfortunately, there are only a few usable ones on the market. The offers from the Asian region were not convincing.
Fortunately, I came across the product from "Adventure Bike Pegs" from Heskins, OH in the USA.
Highway Foot Pegs for BMW and Pan America ADV Bikes – Adventure Bike Pegs
They arrived in Switzerland yesterday without any major problems and on time.
They look great, are made of the best material and are very well made.
The support (by email) with the order was very helpful and efficient.
I can only warmly recommend the product to everyone.
Keep the balance
Daniel

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Love these!! Thanks for the post. I’ll send these through the local powdercoater and they’ll be perfect. I don’t mind paying more for good quality. 🤘🏻

Edit: After giving it a bit of thought..... I think I'll keep these natural color.
 

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Love these!! Thanks for the post. I’ll send these through the local powdercoater and they’ll be perfect. I don’t mind paying more for good quality. 🤘🏻

Edit: After giving it a bit of thought..... I think I'll keep these natural color.


I have actually thought about it in the same way and have come to the same conclusion...
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Have the same ones and love em. I too thought about having them powdercoated black but didn't bother.

I had to torque the mounting bolts a bit tighter than the instructions stated. When I first installed, the right peg shifted as soon as I used it. Maybe I should lose weight... :unsure:
 

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Have the same ones and love em. I too thought about having them powdercoated black but didn't bother.

I had to torque the mounting bolts a bit tighter than the instructions stated. When I first installed, the right peg shifted as soon as I used it. Maybe I should lose weight... :unsure:
I had that issue sometimes with my highway pegs on my old road glide. That's what I liked so much about the pegs from AeeDea. They bolt on to both bars on the engine guard and have an adjustable plate in between them that the peg mounts to. Looks really good on the website and video. I will hopefully have them in a couple of weeks.
 

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Have the same ones and love em. I too thought about having them powdercoated black but didn't bother.

I had to torque the mounting bolts a bit tighter than the instructions stated. When I first installed, the right peg shifted as soon as I used it. Maybe I should lose weight... :unsure:

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The pivot bolt tensions against the peg which holds it in position. It can be tightened if needed. I’ve ridden it a few hundred miles so far and it doesn’t move, unless you pull/push it into position. It’s not ‘loose’ by any means.
 

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I have been looking for highway pegs for my PAS for a long time.
Unfortunately, there are only a few usable ones on the market. The offers from the Asian region were not convincing.
Fortunately, I came across the product from "Adventure Bike Pegs" from Heskins, OH in the USA.
Highway Foot Pegs for BMW and Pan America ADV Bikes – Adventure Bike Pegs
They arrived in Switzerland yesterday without any major problems and on time.
They look great, are made of the best material and are very well made.
The support (by email) with the order was very helpful and efficient.
I can only warmly recommend the product to everyone.
Keep the balance
Daniel

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I use these as well and no regrets.
 

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I had that issue sometimes with my highway pegs on my old road glide. That's what I liked so much about the pegs from AeeDea. They bolt on to both bars on the engine guard and have an adjustable plate in between them that the peg mounts to. Looks really good on the website and video. I will hopefully have them in a couple of weeks.
Take some pics and let us know how they work out! It's good to have options ;)
 

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I have the pegs from AeeDea. One word of caution, a fall may bend the legs of peg (yes the foot folds up). I don't see these having that issue. Of course, I know I'm the only one to ever drop their bike so I should just install training wheels :)
 

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I have the pegs from AeeDea. One word of caution, a fall may bend the legs of peg (yes the foot folds up). I don't see these having that issue. Of course, I know I'm the only one to ever drop their bike so I should just install training wheels :)
I started riding when I was 9, and rode dirt bikes until 16. If I had a dollar for every time I crashed or tipped a bike over, I wouldn't still be working!!
 
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