Kuryakyn Longhorn Offset Foot Peg Mounts with 1-1/4" Magnum Quick Clamps

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Great Kuryakyn product

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Accommodates All Heights And Leg Lengths!!

Kevin in CA

Comments On May 25, 2009:Even though I have Cruise Control (CC) on my 2oo8 Road Glide, the Throttle Boss is still EXTREMELY useful just riding around. I almost never use my CC while riding even on long trips. My buddies have bikes like Softtail Deuces that don't have CC and they never stay at any one speed long enough for the CC to come in handy. When I ride to work I like using the throttle to rip through traffic anyway so the CC almost always remains off.

The Throttle Boss (TB) was very easy to install. You just unscrew the four stock screws that came with your ISO Grips (I have the ISO Flame Grips), remove the end cap, put the TB in, and replace the end cap with the longer screws that came with the TB. Done. SIDENOTE: Personal Placement of the TB may be a bit tricky for some people. How you actually position the TB depends on where your palm rests at *your* normal cruising speed. I suggest that before you actually install the TB, go take a ride around town or on the freeway and see how fast you *normally* drive and how far back you open the throttle. Then go home and install the TB at an angle that allows you to comfortably rest the heel of your palm against the TB with the throttle open within "your" cruising range. Hope that makes sense.

Bottomline: This inexpensive add-on eliminates the "Death Grip" you experience on long drives (and for some of us out-of-shape types - even short rides). Inexpensive and easy to install, the Throttle Boss is a must to have no matter what distance you ride. The immediate and noticeable comfort you gain will quickly chalk up this exspense to the side of your list entitled "Money Well Spent".
Additional Comments On May 25, 2009:PLEASE IGNORE PREVIOUSLY POSTED COMMENTS!! I added that review to the wrong product!!

The Longhorn Offset Peg Mounts were EXACTLY what I have been looking for. I am only 5'9" tall(with just over a 30" inseam) and couldn't quite comfortably reach highway pegs that just clamp on to the engine guard of my 2oo8 Road Glide without really stretching out my legs. I like to ride with my tailbone right against the back of the seat and didn't like to extend my legs that far forward or scoot my butt up. The Longhorn's solved that problem for me and gave me the freedom to adjust the highway pegs as far out as I wanted without making me feel like I was "reaching" for them. If you're a tall rider, you can flip the clamp inward (as the picture shows) to minimize the achievable extension and find your sweet spot. Being short, I flipped them outward so they extend away from the clevis and they work out perfectly.

The magnum quick clamp combination is amazing because you can adjust the clamp itself so that it holds the arm at virtually ANY angle. This design allows you to find *your* precise boot level to maximize comfort. Beyond that, the "clevis" (which is the part where your foot peg connects to) can also be angled to allow an even finer tuning of rider comfort. I added the Kuryakyn Switchblades which look incredible!!

Riding with Highway Pegs took some getting used to. I had to look down to see where my feet were resting in the beginning (especially with the Switchblades open), but now they "just go there." The clamps are very secure and never shift or "click out of place" when you put your weight down, but I strongly recommend that you tighten the hell out of them. I may have gone a bit overboard, but really didn't want to be in the middle of a ride and they come flapping loose. Call it paranoia, but I gave them a good hard lock down when I twisted the allen wrench. I used a rag over the wrench to lessen the pain while tightening it down. This allowed be to tighten them beyond where my fingers would've normally told me to stop. They haven't moved once since I initially installed them about 300 miles ago. Would I go standing up on them? Hell No, but I think the way the teeth are designed in the clamp that they would actually hold someone my weight (about 175lbs) for a short period, but I would NOT recommend doing that EVER!

Bottomline: VERY solid construction that are built of a heavy metal to stand up to the elements and your own abuse. I'm confident they will give you many many years of use before needing to replace them. Easy to clean with a sweet chrome polished finish. A bit pricey, but when compared to normal mounts that just stick out from the engine guard, you will LOVE the way these give you a wider profile while adding style and "curves" to the baby you love to ride. Definitely worth every penny.
Additional Comments On May 25, 2009:PLEASE IGNORE PREVIOUSLY POSTED COMMENTS!! I added that review to the wrong product!!

The Longhorn Offset Peg Mounts were EXACTLY what I have been looking for. I am only 5'9" tall(with just over a 30" inseam) and couldn't quite comfortably reach highway pegs that just clamp on to the engine guard of my 2oo8 Road Glide without really stretching out my legs. I like to ride with my tailbone right against the back of the seat and didn't like to extend my legs that far forward or scoot my butt up. The Longhorn's solved that problem for me and gave me the freedom to adjust the highway pegs as far out as I wanted without making me feel like I was "reaching" for them. If you're a tall rider, you can flip the clamp inward (as the picture shows) to minimize the achievable extension and find your sweet spot. Being short, I flipped them outward so they extend away from the clevis and they work out perfectly.

The magnum quick clamp combination is amazing because you can adjust the clamp itself so that it holds the arm at virtually ANY angle. This design allows you to find *your* precise boot level to maximize comfort. Beyond that, the "clevis" (which is the part where your foot peg connects to) can also be angled to allow an even finer tuning of rider comfort. I added the Kuryakyn Switchblades which look incredible!!

Riding with Highway Pegs took some getting used to. I had to look down to see where my feet were resting in the beginning (especially with the Switchblades open), but now they "just go there." The clamps are very secure and never shift or "click out of place" when you put your weight down, but I strongly recommend that you tighten the hell out of them. I may have gone a bit overboard, but really didn't want to be in the middle of a ride and they come flapping loose. Call it paranoia, but I gave them a good hard lock down when I twisted the allen wrench. I used a rag over the wrench to lessen the pain while tightening it down. This allowed be to tighten them beyond where my fingers would've normally told me to stop. They haven't moved once since I initially installed them about 300 miles ago. Would I go standing up on them? Hell No, but I think the way the teeth are designed in the clamp that they would actually hold someone my weight (about 175lbs) for a short period, but I would NOT recommend doing that EVER!

Bottomline: VERY solid construction that are built of a heavy metal to stand up to the elements and your own abuse. I'm confident they will give you many many years of use before needing to replace them. Easy to clean with a sweet chrome polished finish. A bit pricey, but when compared to normal mounts that just stick out from the engine guard, you will LOVE the way these give you a wider profile while adding style and "curves" to the baby you love to ride. Definitely worth every penny.

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