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Alexander in OR
Great price. On 2015 KLR 650, it does extend the distance of the shift lever about 10mm but it also has a smaller peg than the OEM lever. This further increases the ease of fitting a boot underneath the shift lever. The only complaint would be that it fits much looser onto the engine than the OEM part. The OEM shift lever is such a pain to remove because you have to pry it off with a screw driver and pound it on with a rubber mallet. The Tusk lever is the opposite. Even with the tightening bolt fully tightened, it still needs to be pushed further onto the mounting bit and re-tightened after only two weeks of riding with it. I do have some question about durability since it is so significantly lighter in weight than the OEM part but perhaps it is a different metal or is hollow inside. Overall, a solid purchase that especially helps with standing and shifting offroad with adventure boots.Read All Reviews
todd in ND
daughter broke stock shifter after about 3 rides. after reading reviews ordered this. 3 or 4 rides and it was bent so I straightened it. after couple more rides end broke off. she is apparently doing something she shouldn't or very unlucky so I don't know if good or not. splines still look new. had a tusk as a back up and looking at the two the hammerhead is built way better. I now ordered a hammerhead billet because doubt the tusk is going to last. we will see. so far oem broke, hammerhead bent then broke, tusk being tested, hammerhead billet on orderRead All Reviews
Randy in NY
Pretty basic. Not bad, not great. Actually won’t work on my tusk crash bars. When mounted they angle toward the ground. No fault of the pegs just can’t use them. Currently in a box likely not going to use on anythingRead All Reviews
Kolson in PA
Bought these for my 2007 CRF450R and they don't fit. Contrary to the description these pegs in fact do not come with mounting brackets, what you see is what you get. The pegs themselves are chintzy spring loaded pegs that if you put any pressure they will immediately fall down. Overall won't recommend, and I would like a full refund.Read All Reviews