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Footpegs (and Bobbins)

Today i received my new footpegs and bobbins.
The pegs are Triumph and feel light and well made.
I prefer the metal look over the rubber inserts of the OEM pegs.

Have not had time to install the pegs yet - but will probably get them done tomorrow...







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What is the part number on the bobbins?

Yeah, those pegs do look nice. I am not unhappy with the stock ones though.
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Looks great! My Triumph footpegs are on order and waiting for them to come in.
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Looks like you been leanin!
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What is the part number on the bobbins?

Yeah, those pegs do look nice. I am not unhappy with the stock ones though.
The stock pegs work fine. Its just nice to have something different.

The (black) Bobbins PART NUMBER: A9640082
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And......they're on!
Look great & work just like footpegs should

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Very nice!

I am debating in getting the bobbins and a paddock stand or a motorcycle jack.
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Very nice!

I am debating in getting the bobbins and a paddock stand or a motorcycle jack.
I have always used paddock stands. Just used to them, i guess...
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Is there a certain size paddock stand for this? I imagine since it's a fixed unit it has to be to a certain width and the slots the bobbins go in need to be a certain size as well.

I am thinking bobbins and paddock stand are cheaper than a jack in total.

Lastly...how does one lift the rear alone on the stand, or is a two person job? (one to hold the bike and the other to push down on the stand?) I have never used one.
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You can buy stands with adjustable arms. I do not have bobbins but plan on getting some, i would imagine my pit bull stand with hook like cradles will work just fine =)
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