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post #1 of 11 Old 06-15-2011, 06:25 PM Thread Starter
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Metal Footpegs, 09 KLR

I'm looking for replacement pegs and was told pegs from a DR650 would be a easy cheap upgrade, are there any others that will work as well As Cheap??

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post #2 of 11 Old 06-15-2011, 06:40 PM
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You can get cheaper ones on eBay. You may not get a spring with it though if that matters.

Just search KLR650 footpegs. You'll find a bunch.




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You may not get a spring with it though if that matters.
No biggie on the springs for me... 2 less things to fall off.

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I'm happy with mine. You'll find a bunch in the 20 dollar range.




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I gotta ask, does the year matter for fitting the pegs?
They say the pegs fit 87 to 05 models.
When I enter DR650 I get many of the same choices, are all years compatible with my 09?
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Here's the scoop, The old style pegs are $34.54 with springs and the new style are $43.52 for a set. Here are the part numbers.
Old style: Narrow
43550-44B10-019 FOOTREST,FR,RH $16.09
43560-44B10-019 FOOTREST,FR,LH $16.09
09448-15008 SPRING $1.18 x2

New style: Wide
43550-14D30 FOOTREST, FRONT RH $20.58
43560-14D30 FOOTREST, FRONT LH $20.58
09448-15004 SPRING $1.18 x2

Prices may have change a little but the part #'s are correct. Most people prefer the wider pegs.

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And don't those pegs mount a little bit lower, too? Good for long legs.

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These are the ones I bought. Work fine. No springs but not that big a deal. Springs here cost more than the pegs. Go figure.

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I have the ones like klr4ever got. They sit a little higher, but I like them.




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And don't those pegs mount a little bit lower, too? Good for long legs.

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Yes they do give you a little more room between the peg and controls.
Here's a pic of the two different pegs.
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