|04-16-2012, 12:19 PM||#1|
Joined: Apr 2010
Location: East of the seas of Kattegat
Pivoting lowered pegs
Due to being born with bad genes I'm too tall, too tall for aeroplanes, Mexican buses, small german motorbikes and sundry other places where a 38 " inseam is a vertical challenge.What do you do?
Get an Aeroflow, rise the saddle with the screw thingies from computors and buy low pegs.
They weren't low enough so if you can't buy it you make it, attached pics are prototypes # 4, these are made out of stainless steel and while at it make them pivoting. Said and done, and lowered 45 mm as well. All you need is an angle grinder, a drill and preferably a TIG but rod welding works as well is easier to do with mild steel but as the pegs are stainless and I can get little bits a pieces for free, why not stainless. And the original BMW rubbers work relly well.
My knees thank me every night
I wish I had bought a GSA a long time ago
and now I drink Orange Crush as well, double up now, a 990Adv and a 950 SER
|04-16-2012, 06:40 PM||#3|
Joined: May 2008
Location: KC, MO
Sweet! My one problem with the GS is my knee (particularly the left one. I have lowered the pegs and rasied the seat but would love to get the pegs lower still.
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