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  1. #61
    BadAss
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    Re: Rearset plate feeler (Biscuit's design)

    Quote Originally Posted by Nelso View Post
    Any chance of adding the third mounting hole to allow the pegs to go back without being raised?
    Don't see where that'd be a problem at all.

  2. #62
    Calamity Gil
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    Niagara Falls, USA

    Re: Rearset plate feeler (Biscuit's design)

    I'll take one set when they're ready.
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  3. #63
    Hooligan
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    Australia

    Re: Rearset plate feeler (Biscuit's design)

    Quote Originally Posted by RK-REX View Post
    Don't see where that'd be a problem at all.
    Awesome. Are they done yet?

  4. #64
    BadAss Hooligan
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nelso View Post
    Any chance of adding the third mounting hole to allow the pegs to go back without being raised?
    Quote Originally Posted by RK-REX View Post
    Don't see where that'd be a problem at all.
    This is something I'd be interested in as well.
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  5. #65
    In Charge of McGov Only
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    Lakewood, Ca

    Re: Rearset plate feeler (Biscuit's design)

    Quote Originally Posted by TEXREX02 View Post
    This is something I'd be interested in as well.
    Me three.

  6. #66
    BadAss Hooligan
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    New Braunfels, Texas

    Re: Rearset plate feeler (Biscuit's design)

    I'm in.
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  7. #67
    Licensed to Mod
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    Las Vegas

    Re: Rearset plate feeler (Biscuit's design)

    I'm in agreement,if these can be moved straight back I would buy them.Riders with long legs would love them.



    Quote Originally Posted by Nelso View Post
    Rather than flipping them, why not drill a third set of mounting holes above the two already there? It looks like there is enough material there to do it without changing the shape of the plate.

    I'm interested in getting a set of these too, but I am interested in moving the pegs straight back without lifting them any higher.
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  8. #68
    BadAss Hooligan
    Join Date
    Aug 2007
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    New Braunfels, Texas

    Re: Rearset plate feeler (Biscuit's design)

    Quote Originally Posted by brianwebber View Post
    I'm in agreement,if these can be moved straight back I would buy them.Riders with long legs would love them.
    I have on set on my ex track bike Rex. They move mostly back. about 2 inches. And just a wee bit up. Like less than half an inch.
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  9. #69
    Hooligan
    Join Date
    Oct 2011
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    Santa Fe

    Re: Rearset plate feeler (Biscuit's design)

    I'm in for a set when they're ready. Lemme know Ppal and such as it gets closer.

    Thx.

  10. #70
    New, but just to this Board
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    Jan 2012
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    Australia Cairns

    Re: Rearset plate feeler (Biscuit's design)

    I am very interested in a set of these plates if they can be sent to Australia.
    Cheers Rob B


 

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