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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 04-30-2006, 07:53 PM Thread Starter
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my new track bling

i was finally getting sick of grinding the stock pegs.

So thanks to a CLSB member and a fellow NESBA rider, i got a killer deal on a set of new WoodCraft rearsets.

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Like the CLSB sticker mod too!! pIMP Alex....

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post #4 of 11 (permalink) Old 04-30-2006, 08:40 PM
 
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Thanks for the mention, hope you enjoy them.
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They look trick.

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looks good. i got a set of those i gotta put on my 9r too.



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I got the woodcrafts on my 636 and 750 as well. Im very happy with them. Even if they arent adjustable, they just seem to be in a good/comfortable location.
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Very cool, Alex.

Never a bad time to climb... unless the weather is really horrible, and then you climb inside!

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Hey Alex they look nice.
Looking at the pic. they change you foot position (to the back) like 1.5 inch or its just optical illusion?
I never had different rearsets than stock, what is the purpose of putting different ones, besides maybe ground clearance?

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Hey Alex they look nice.
Looking at the pic. they change you foot position (to the back) like 1.5 inch or its just optical illusion?
I never had different rearsets than stock, what is the purpose of putting different ones, besides maybe ground clearance?
That's the idea, aftermarket rearsets are usually higher and to the back. For me I've found they not only give more ground clearance, but they feel a little better and give me more positive feel when shifting (maybe its just psychological though) and the solid footpegs double as sliders and are a lot quicker to replace after a crash. Also solid pegs are nice when you are too lazy to use the rear stand... just pull up next to a jackstand and let the peg rest on it.

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