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Old 01-17-2005, 10:44 AM   #1
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KTM Rally Peg dimensions???

Yes, I've done a search but I can't find any dimensions for the KTM Rally pegs for my Adventure. I want some pegs that are wider and longer (stick out more but not enough to interfere with my boot when kick starting).

Can any of you fine fellows tell me what the differences are between the stock pegs and the rally pegs? Are they the size of "normal" dirt bike pegs or are they just stock pegs with an extension welded on? Thanks.
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Old 01-17-2005, 12:24 PM   #2
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They are stock pegs with an extension welded on. Still, for the price they are a nice improvement.

F3 Fastways are an option as well, but unless your very tall, the expense of the later l/h alloy peg carrier, and the needed grinding of the Fastway peg and bushing to fit, just isn't worth the hassle, IMHO. Switching to the later l/h alloy peg carrier should allow the use of the OEM RFS/EXC pegs, but I don't have any firsthand experience to verify this. Cheers, Mack
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Old 01-17-2005, 02:32 PM   #3
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Thanks Mack, that's what I was afraid of. I spend most of my dirt road riding standing up. For way less than the price of the Fastways, I'm pretty sure I can have mine extended and widened.

I can't be the only one here that would like some wide foot pegs like those that come stock on new Huskies.
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The newer LC4's now come with the wide EXC pegs!
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Old 01-17-2005, 04:24 PM   #5
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Somewhere I saw. (can't recal) but a friend has them on his ..."gasp" CR250 ...weld on extensions. they look just like the outter ring ( U shapped bit) of the peg and you just weld them right to the front and back of the peg. adds about 3/4" to an 1", depends on how you weld them on.. cheap.
when they're done they look just like the rally pegs. just an extra loop.
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Old 01-17-2005, 06:17 PM   #6
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Somewhere I saw. (can't recal) but a friend has them on his ..."gasp" CR250 ...weld on extensions. they look just like the outter ring ( U shapped bit) of the peg and you just weld them right to the front and back of the peg. adds about 3/4" to an 1", depends on how you weld them on.. cheap.
when they're done they look just like the rally pegs. just an extra loop.

Works Connection makes some weld on ones. They come in various sizes.

Here is an example:
WC weld on pegs
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Old 01-17-2005, 07:29 PM   #7
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Works Connection makes some weld on ones. They come in various sizes.

Here is an example:
WC weld on pegs
now that might work. I can't find on their site how long they are though. I hate to spend $30 to find out. Maybe I can call them tomorrow.

I think I'm going to get some pegs off of a junker, cut them up, and have the proper scraps welded on.

Thanks for the help gents.
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Old 01-17-2005, 08:25 PM   #8
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They are stock pegs with an extension welded on. Still, for the price they are a nice improvement.
I bought the rally pegs a couple of months ago. They are quite a bit wider too. I'll measure hold on.

Okay I measured my old and new. We're talking about these; 5850304000090(left) 5850304100090(right).

Orig pegs (1999 640 LC4) 1-1/2 x 2-3/4.
Rally pegs 1-5/8 (1-3/4 at widest point) x 3-7/8

So they are almost 1/4 wider than my stockers. You can't tell that from this picture though because I couldn't balance them well enough and my cam battery let loose after one pic.


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Old 01-17-2005, 08:51 PM   #9
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the ktm pegs are$44 usd pair, screaming deal
(ask a klr guy what he paid for his big pegs), good addition,
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Old 01-17-2005, 09:01 PM   #10
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You find the steel, I'll weld 'em up for ya all nice 'n pretty, and then we'll go for that loop around Pickwick Lake.

Most extensions are about $25-30. The Trials riders use them a lot.

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Old 01-17-2005, 09:46 PM   #11
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I used a set of 1 1/4 inch Works connection extenders welded to the original pegs, making a bear trap that is about 2 inches wide and maybe 3/8th inch longer than stock. Pretty nice for $25, a tack weld or two and a can of spray zinc.

Ricardo Kuhn had a thread about them a while back.
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Old 01-18-2005, 03:46 PM   #12
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thanks for the pic. I went ahead and ordered some Rallye pegs today. This way if they work, I'm set and if not I can use my pegs as donors for the rally peg widening project. Besides, I really want to see how well Gaspipe can weld.




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I bought the rally pegs a couple of months ago. They are quite a bit wider too. I'll measure hold on.

Okay I measured my old and new. We're talking about these; 5850304000090(left) 5850304100090(right).

Orig pegs (1999 640 LC4) 1-1/2 x 2-3/4.
Rally pegs 1-5/8 (1-3/4 at widest point) x 3-7/8

So they are almost 1/4 wider than my stockers. You can't tell that from this picture though because I couldn't balance them well enough and my cam battery let loose after one pic.

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Old 01-18-2005, 06:18 PM   #13
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Gaspipe welds pretty darned well.

Used to build racecar cages, Poma ski lifts, railroad barges, locomotives and other heavy duty thangs.

Footpegs, hay no problemo. I need to make some for the DR750 anyway.

Let us know what you think of them when you get 'em.
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Old 09-02-2009, 07:06 PM   #14
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Anyone have a set of the rally pegs they woud like to sell? Apparently, the left peg is no longer available.

I'm talking about these:
5850304100090 FOOTREST R/S RALLYE
5850304000090 FOOTREST L/S RALLYE
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Old 09-02-2009, 09:16 PM   #15
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Yes, I've done a search but I can't find any dimensions for the KTM Rally pegs for my Adventure. I want some pegs that are wider and longer (stick out more but not enough to interfere with my boot when kick starting).

Can any of you fine fellows tell me what the differences are between the stock pegs and the rally pegs? Are they the size of "normal" dirt bike pegs or are they just stock pegs with an extension welded on? Thanks.
Looks like you got the measurements for the pegs,also extend the brake pedal contact "thing" out 10-15mm,the rallye pegs are wider so you rest your foot out a bit further....sometimes when you want to contol the rear of the bike when riding you miss the brake pedal,the extension mod fixes this
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