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Model GPC (Honda Pacific Coast)

 

Our Standard Pegs (black or silver knulred), point outboard.
Includes option and hardware to attach heavier pegs.

 



2012 - Anodized black or...
 
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Silver (clear).

 

 
Left - before plastic is modified
 
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Right - plastic modified & in place.

 

 

The cut out will need to be larger
 
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if you mount them farther back and out
Mounting requires this slight modification to the bottom forward part of your plastic guard. It's an easy cut away.

 

Customer crash report: "I was on my way from Chelmsford,MA to Wellington,OH when I came out of a twenty minute rainstorm on I-90 in PA and suddenly found all three lanes filled with stopped cars. I hit the brakes, then hit a puddle and down I went on my left side. The bike, a Honda PC800, skidded another 50 plus feet. The left mirror,the left crash guard covers and part of the trunk took most of the damage. Other than grinding down the foot peg the Mick-O-Pegs were just fine. I'm 72 and can no longer take long rides using (just) the standard foot rests. Besides helping my knees, Mick-O-Pegs help my hips and make it possible to move around on the saddle and thus relieve "frozen butt". I wouldn't be without them. Sincerely, Jim P."

 

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Design provides a strong mount
 
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using just two mounting bolts
 
 

 
When your bike lays down
 
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what happens to your Mick-O-Peg?

 

 

The best part is that Mick-O-Pegs allow you to
 
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stretch your legs down, rather than spread them out.

The bottom of our peg is about even with the exhaust pipe under your engine.

 

 

No additional damage to his PC caused by...
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having Mick-O-Pegs mounted to his PC.

This You Tube Video may answer your mounting questions.

This customer's You Tube Video provides even more clarification for mounting.