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Foot pegs from Murphs!
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Foot pegs from Murphs!

You've been patiently waiting, and now we at Murphs' have them ready for you. And now that we've made a slight change to the design, they work for you ZX14 owners as well!

Our pegs drop the height of your foot just about 1-1/2", while giving up a minimum amount of cornering clearance. They do this while also moving the foot position back slightly, avoiding the "pigeon toe" operation of the shifter and brake so often found with simple peg lowering blocks.

100% NC-machined from a solid block of aerospace quality aluminum, they are as sturdy as they are stylish, sporting a nicely polished finish.

Side shot foot pegs

Stylish and Functional!

Of course, adjustments will have to be made to the height of the shifter and brake lever. However, from our own experience during the development process, as well as reports from eager early customers, overall installation of the pegs and the adjustments to the levers is a very simple process.

To emphasize that just a bit, here is a list of the steps necessary to adjust the brake pedal. Thanks to Clint Matthews for providing the details! Shift lever adjustments can be made according to the bike manual.

  • Remove the four allen bolts holding the rear brake assembly to the bike.
    • No need to disconnect any hydraulics.
  • Remove the cotter pin holding the rear brake master cylinder rod.
  • Remove the rod.
  • Remove the U shaped adjusting arm.
    • Do not remove the two brake rod nuts
  • Take a grinder (I used a drill with a grinding wheel) and grind off 1/4" of the rod. This is about all of the half threads.
  • Run the two nuts back down to repair any goobered up threads from your grinding.
  • Reposition the brake rod to the middle setting.
  • Reinstall everything.
  • Adjust the brake light switch, which may require bending the spring.
  • Go for a ride!

Order yourself a set today, give your knees a break soon thereafter! And as always with Murphs', shipping to the lower 48 states is included in the price!

If you stumbled upon this page looking for a similar solution for your C10, we've got you covered right here!

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