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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 04-11-2006, 07:39 PM Thread Starter
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Is it legal/safe? I dont carry passengers...so i figured it would look cool to not have them on there...
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You dont need passenger pegs, nor is it illegal to have them on there. I cant think of a way they would attach that would effect the bike in any way. Some highmount exhausts even oust the passenger peg. Make sure pulling them off doesn't effect your warrenty, though I doubt it would.

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dont think it does, cause its just two allen bolts on each side...
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Then by all means, pull em off

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Often times they are used as a mounting point for a muffler. If this is the case you will have to fabricate/buy a new bracket.

Edit: Just noticed you got a 636 so I doubt this will be an issue for you




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i like the look of no rear pegs. if you never see yourself carrying anyone, take it off. there's no real problem with the exhaust issue, so its all good.

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I want to take my pegs off also but my girl won't let me. I think I'll just do it and deal with her later.

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Shitcan the passenger pegs. It will clean up the look and will stop people from asking to go for a ride (downside is if you are still single)...



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Looks clean, but have you thought of puting blueing (it black) on the bolts?

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i took mine of my gixer the same day i got it when i also took off my reflectors and chain guard. it looks much cleaner w/o them especially on my body style. i keep them under my pass seat so i can re-attach them easily with the cute little tool kit that suzuki gives you. no problems here....
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