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Roland Sands Design Passenger Footpeg Relocation Bracket

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Roland Sands Designs Passenger Footpeg Relocation Bracket

Allows use of passenger pegs with RSD/Vance & Hines Tracker 2-into-1 exhaust system
  • Raises passenger pegs 4” above OEM location
  • Machined from billet aluminum
  • Black powdercoat finish
  • Mounts directly to existing passenger peg mounting hole
  • Accepts OEM pegs or any aftermarket male-mount style pegs
  • Mounting hardware included
  • Made in the U.S.A.
  • Item # 25001
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Harley-Davidson Models

  • Heritage Softail - FLST : 1986–1990, 2006–2008
  • Heritage Softail Classic - FLSTC : 1988–2009, 2014
  • Heritage Softail Special - FLSTN : 1994–1996, 2007–2009
  • Heritage Softail Springer - FLSTS : 1997–2003
  • Softail - FXST : 1986–1990, 1999–2008
  • Softail Bad Boy - FXSTSB : 1995–1997
  • Softail Breakout - FXSB : 2014
  • Softail Custom - FXSTC : 1986–1999, 2007–2009
  • Softail Deluxe - FLSTN : 2005–2009, 2014
  • Softail Fat Boy - FLSTF : 1990–2009, 2014
  • Softail Fat Boy Lo - FLSTFB : 2014
  • Springer Softail - FXSTS : 1988–2006

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Roland Sands Relocation Pegs (loose and unstable)

The relocator pegs are designed decently, however, they do not snuggly tighten against the frame and despite the use of loctite and almost breaking the allen bolt off getting it as tight as it will go, the leverage created by the weight of the pegs and the relocation arms allows easy loosening by hand with very little effort. There needs to be a better way of tightening them down securely before I would trust them to hold a rider's feet, especially my wife's! Be careful with these!

Michael C. - September 8, 2011

(Ellicott City, MD)
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