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I'll suggest that you should have added it ALL to the back-side of the pegs, with double nuts.
I hope that you didn't loose a spring. ;)
 

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Yah. The back side looks kind of weenie. I was just bored. Maybe I'll put the toe clips on also. But seriously, I would like to have a larger platform.
 

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Many people Don't like how close the peg is to the gear shift tip with proper riding boots. Adding grip to the front of the peg makes this even worse. Therefore my suggestion to move it mostly to the rear of the peg..
 

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I see what you mean. Makes sense. I do have JNS lowering brackets which help. I'll stack the back tomorrow. Better spacers also. Neighbor kid is going to be mad when he gets on his bike in the morning.
 

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I do have JNS lowering brackets which help. I'll stack the back tomorrow.
Oops. Sorry I didn't notice the JNS Down & Back Brackets. You should be Fine with those.
 
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