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Hey guys,
I hope you are doing well during this winter.

Anyway, I have a question to ask you guys.

I guess I am bit short for my current Nomad, about 5'6" or 5'7" and short legs, since I sometimes have to tiptoe when I come to stop.

The thing is, I like to add a set of highway peg to my Nomad for coming spring, and I don't think that I can go with any of conventional ones, which one attaches to the engine guards.

I thought about having the configuration of the pegs installed inwardly, but that doesn't seem to work, since my stretched out legs cannot reach the engine guards anyway. :lol:

So. I searched on, and heard from someone that there's a highway peg that would be installed under the or to the side of the my floorboards. But could not find the name of it.

Do you know any peg that would be attached to the floorboard?

Thank you.
 

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...The thing is, I like to add a set of highway peg to my Nomad for coming spring, and I don't think that I can go with any of conventional ones, which one attaches to the engine guards...
Actually, I think you could use the Kuryakyn Dually Footpegs with Offset Mounts as they have lots of adjustment. I'm 5' 8" and could easily use them with the stock hwy bars even if I was shorter.

You can buy them as a set for under $120 on cruisercustomizing.com ;)
 

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I'm short also; 5'7" I went with standard Kuryakyn large ISO pegs with standard mount. Ride with the ball of my feet on the hwy peg and heel on the floorboards. Comfortable for me. If you want more options, go with offset mounts mentioned above. With 360 degrees of movement, you'll find one that works for you.
 

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Actually, I think you could use the Kuryakyn Dually Footpegs with Offset Mounts as they have lots of adjustment. I'm 5' 8" and could easily use them with the stock hwy bars even if I was shorter.

You can buy them as a set for under $120 on cruisercustomizing.com ;)

Ditto! :smile:
 

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Welcome to the forum V we have a right of passage sort of and the same request to all new people. Pictures of your bike when you get time we love pictures. Again welcome.
 
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