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    Highway Pegs

    Here is a photo of the mounts I machined to move my rear pegs up to the engine guard to be used as highway pegs.
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    Second Highway Pegs Photo

    Another view.
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    CG Inmate #2005; '06 F650GS (51,000+): A "Ratter" flat black and unwashed, Florida and elsewhere.

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    Great job! Great use of something that is not used if you ride one up all the time. The home grown ideas are the ones that make this group so interesting.

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    Man I could of used a set of those this weekend!
    Met up with a couple of Yankee Beemers and did a quick 200 mile tour of upstate NY near Hauge- Brant lake.

    End destination was a "former" BMW dealer. Heids in Johnsburg off Rt 8.
    Great little mom and pop shop that still has BMW certified techs. Just can't afford the requirments to be an official dealer anymore...

    -Kutch

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    Thumbs up Best Pies Anywhere

    And the hostess made homemade pies from local picked berries. A most unique open house.
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    It fell off when??!! KUTCHER's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by PAULBACH
    And the hostess made homemade pies from local picked berries. A most unique open house.
    Where you there?
    There where a decent amount of bikes there on Sat.
    I showed up with the yellow 650.
    The couple was on a 1150, and another yankee was on a 1200GS....

    Sound fimilar?!

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    And yes, The apple pie was good.

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