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MFW Footpeg Clamp set for crash bars with 0.85in to 1.125in (21mm to 28mm) diameter, pair, black

MFW Footpeg Clamp set for crash bars with 0.85in to 1.125in (21mm to 28mm) diameter, pair, black

$113.40
SKU: MFW.SBL.B

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These footpeg clamps allow you to attach MFW Footpegs to crash bars with a diameter from 0.85" (21mm) to 1.125" (28mm), including all SW-MOTECH and Givi crash bars. Sold in pairs.

If you have an M10 hole in your crash bars, check out the M10 specific joint kit for MFW Footpegs.

Includes
  • 2 U-Bolts to allow you to clamp this to bars variably between 0.85" (21mm) to 1.125" (28mm)
  • Folding Hinge with threaded end to attach MFW Footpegs [Your Choice]
  • Machined Perch


What to Buy:
  • Footpeg Clamp [Choose Color]
  • Footpeg [Master Grip, Racing, or Super Grip]


Please Note: This product REQUIRES the separate purchase of an MFW footpeg to be used properly.

Customer Reviews
Review by Circus Bear
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I purchased these to fit on the crash bars of a 2014 Suzuki DL1000A. The black finish blends well with the crash bars and installation did not take 20 minutes. Mounting hardware and pegs are very sturdy. Perfect to stretch my legs between gas stops. (Posted on 16-05-19)
Review by connor
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i bought for my '13 klr650 after a few drops on trails they crapped out on me and basically fell apart. if your using them on a bike for just road cruising they would last but any hard adventure enduro riding they dont stand much of a chance (Posted on 16-01-13)
Review by btd
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Got these for the SW Motech crashbars on my 2012 KLR650. They work and look nice but are pretty poor quality.

As others have mentioned the detents that hold the peg in the upright position are weak, the little metal "shims" inside the rotating assembly are razor sharp and shift around when you raise/lower the peg, and the detent/ball assembly gets easily jammed with the slightest bit of dust/dirt. You need to repeatedly clean the ball assembly area out with WD40 to keep it working. I've had them jam up on me during two 4 day rides. Pretty annoying.

I'd gladly pay even more for a high quality mechanism and assembly but had a hard time finding something in black and a relatively small profile. For the price point these are pretty poor quality but they work ok and are better than nothing. (Posted on 15-08-28)
Review by Kf7ja
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2sizes of U bolts are included for a solid installation. The pegs don't lock down very well highway speeds cause them to click back in th up position if your feet aren't on them. That means you have to look for them when you should be looking at the road. They need s more positive locking mechanism. (Posted on 15-08-05)
Review by kena48
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I mounted these on 1 one inch crash bar from AltRider. They are nice and tight and great quality.

Be sure and use Loctite on everything. The folding clamps ship with two U bolts. On a one inch bar, the shorted threaded ones will not leave any threads exposed, but the longer ones leave too many threads exposed, interfering with the plastic caps. Tried using silicone, but I’m sure they will eventually go bye bye.

I like to use a level to angle them slightly towards the sky, to eliminate the false sensed the peg is sagging. I also like them to fold backwards vs up, so they don’t fall down off-road.

I matched these with MFW Stash Pegs-Silver anodized SKU MFW.050.00.05.00-1 -
BUT, I’m very happy with the set together – with great quality and the only nice long pegs out there with big grooves to keep your feet on the pegs.

They give me a couple of different riding positions for longer trips. Love ‘em! (Posted on 15-07-14)
Review by Mazurekphoto
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These pegs feel very flimsy and they have been on my bike about a month and one has already vibrated loose and has fallen off.

I would not recommend these for a single cylinder bike especially if mounted on the engine protection bars. They transfer a lot of vibrations and the mostly plastic construction of the $60 Super Grip rubberized pegs do nothing to dampen said vibration. (Posted on 15-06-16)
Review by PBH
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These are compact and very functional. Tuck away neatly so as not to become an entanglement hazard. (Posted on 15-06-09)
Review by BillK
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These foot pegs did the trick on my KTM 1190, I was in need of some sort of highway pegs and these definitely filled the bill! (Posted on 15-05-15)
Review by solusdiver
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I measured my crash bars with a caliper and they are 22mm. However, the clamp set doesn't come anywhere near fitting that size even though the ad states 21mm to 28mm. I had to use an M8 nut as a spacer to get the u-bolt to stay where I wanted it. There was room to tighten down the plastic-covered nut so everything looks fine but not as clean as it should.

I haven't road tested the clamps yet. Will update later. Just wanted others to know that unless your bars are at least 24mm, these clamps won't fit without doing what I did. (Posted on 14-11-12)
Review by GAC
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These fit great on the SW Motech crashbars on my Versys and allow a nice leg stretch once in a while on long trips. Simple utilitarian cosmetics, & the black color blends well with the crash bars. Detent that holds the pegs up when not in use could be stronger, as others have mentioned, but not a problem for me. (Posted on 14-08-01)
Review by Anonymous
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I'm 6'2" tall and I needed to be able to move my legs around while on my KLR650.I already had Givi crashbars on my bike and these footpegs worked out perfectly.They were very easy to install and blend in perfectly with the Givi's.I was glad I was able to finally find them on Twisted Throttle.I have highway pegs on my Nomad and Drifter.Now I have the same comfort for my legs on the KLR.Can't wait for my MRA windscreen spoiler to get here. (Posted on 14-07-07)
Review by Anonymous
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These pegs feel very flimsy and they have been on my bike about a month and one has already vibrated loose and has fallen off.

I would not recommend these for a single cylinder bike especially if mounted on the engine protection bars. They transfer a lot of vibrations and the mostly plastic construction of the $60 Super Grip rubberized pegs do nothing to dampen said vibration. (Posted on 14-07-07)
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