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post #1 of 32 Old 03-30-2015, 11:19 AM Thread Starter
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Passenger Floorboards

Hi All,

I'm looking for some suggestions replacing the Passenger Foot Pegs
with mini floor boards or something else that is more substantial than the standard pegs.

I installed the Kuryakyn Swing Wing Pegs on the front and really like the way they look.

Has anyone come up with a better option for the Passenger that will fold all the way up when not in use?

I appreciate your input.

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post #2 of 32 Old 03-30-2015, 12:33 PM
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Did you see THIS thread in the CTX1300 Classifieds forum here?
I know Hoosierman is looking to sell both the rider AND passenger pegs. But maybe a deal can be made?

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Thanks Bob, I hadn't seen that post, but since I already have the SwingWings on the front, I don't think Hoosierman would want to break them up.
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Sent @Hoosierman a PM for a deal for both of us
Let's wait and see what he says.

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1973 Harley Davidson 125 dual sport- sold
1997 Kawasaki Vulcan 750- sold
1990 Honda Gold Wing GL1500- sold
2005 Suzuki Burgman 650- traded
1998 Honda ST1100- sold
2014 Honda CTX1300A (U.S.A. Ion Blue Deluxe)-sn: 489- primary transportation
2003 Honda Metropolitan CHF503 (wife's ride)
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I was thinking I might want the swing wings in front and you can have the rear pegs if that works out.


I ride solo so don't need anything fancy for the rear. It's just another place to tie a bungee cord to me.

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1997 Kawasaki Vulcan 750- sold
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2005 Suzuki Burgman 650- traded
1998 Honda ST1100- sold
2014 Honda CTX1300A (U.S.A. Ion Blue Deluxe)-sn: 489- primary transportation
2003 Honda Metropolitan CHF503 (wife's ride)
flickr photos of CTX1300A
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Hey guys.... Sorry just now getting back to you. Yeah.. I still have both the front and rear pegs. I don't mind splitting them up, if that would help you guys out. Just let me know.

Thanks,
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Hey guys.... Sorry just now getting back to you. Yeah.. I still have both the front and rear pegs. I don't mind splitting them up, if that would help you guys out. Just let me know.

Thanks,
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Sent you a PM with a question about this a few days ago.

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1973 Harley Davidson 125 dual sport- sold
1997 Kawasaki Vulcan 750- sold
1990 Honda Gold Wing GL1500- sold
2005 Suzuki Burgman 650- traded
1998 Honda ST1100- sold
2014 Honda CTX1300A (U.S.A. Ion Blue Deluxe)-sn: 489- primary transportation
2003 Honda Metropolitan CHF503 (wife's ride)
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I just installed Kuryakyn Floorboards, had to do some research, as JPCycles and Kuryakyn said they don't have any Adapters for the CTX1300, but I found out they are the same for the GL1800 F6 and Valkyrie, Adapters Kuryakyn P/N Front 8808 Rear 8807.
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I would like to install these on my bike. What parts and part numbers would I need? Where these any easy install?
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To start with, very easy, just be careful on removing rear pegs, as there is a spring and ball, that you will need for installation of the new adapters. You will need to install set screws(included with rear adapters) so they are solid. Front adapters will use front springs that you remove with the pegs. Rear are Kuryakyn Premium Floorboards P/N 4351 and the front are Kuryakyn Premium Mini Boards P/N 4393. The adapters are splined, so you can adjust the boards (tilt). Hope this helps.

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