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Models GF & GQ (Honda GL1800)

Model GF & GQ
For your GL1800 or '98-00 GL1500 (w/stock footpegs OR Floorboards)
Choice of our Black or Silver Knurled Pegs, pointing outboard
Includes option and hardware to attach
heavier pegs

For riders concerned about mounting anything to their horizontal engine guard. Model GF provides a straight leg position for a rider with a 32" inseam and stock seat. When the peg is down, it will be about 7" from the pavement. Model GQ provides a straight leg position for a rider with a 29" inseam and stock seat. When the peg is down, it will be about 9 1/2" from the pavement.


Model GF - about 7" from the pavement
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About even with the center bolt on the valve cover

By rotating the mounting block on the vertical engine guard, you choose how close your leg is to the valve cover. On a GL1800, with the block mounted square, the peg is about 2" higher and closer to the valve cover than Model KA (about straight leg for 32" inseam). It is similar on '98-00 GL1500.
                                                                  
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When Model GF & GQ are mounted this low, the mounting Block just touches. The end of the peg touched already and flexed in toward the valve cover, but does not touch it or cause any damage to the bike.
A very aggressive rider may drag the peg, which will grind as it flexes in, but not the Block, unless the Block is mounted a little higher.

 
Models EF and EQ provide a foot position lower and farther back than GF and GQ because the "E" legs are 3" longer than the "G" legs.

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