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I installed my new Kury Switchblade pegs and ISO grips yesterday and I have to say I love them... EXCEPT... how the hell do you get the pegs tight so that they will not fold? Those little D washers suck. I used 2 on each side and after beating on them with a flathead and 3# sledge for about 10 minutes, I finally got them to line up straight enough to get the bolt through and the pegs still move. This is of special concern to me because I got the switchblades which have a heel stirrup that flips down.. When I try to "kick" it down, the peg folds. So I have to bend over and pull it down by hand. How am I supposed to pick up chicks when my crap doesnt work? Anyone know of a good way to get these babies on there snug?
 

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never used them, but you may be able to just block them into a locked out position so they dont fold, or try finding a tighter spring to help hold them down more
 

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I have the same pegs and they are loose but I re-used the spring that came with the old pegs and that helps keep the pegs in the down position. Did you use the springs???
 

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What adapter did you have to use to get them to mount on your bike? They seem to only list up to 2008 year models where I checked for them.
 

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I have not done this yet(I need to) but my buddy used a Chrome bolt instead of the pin. Then he snugs the bolt and pinches the adaptor just enough to allow the Kury D ring to do it's job better.
 

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I have not done this yet(I need to) but my buddy used a Chrome bolt instead of the pin. Then he snugs the bolt and pinches the adaptor just enough to allow the Kury D ring to do it's job better.
Im gonna try that but if it doesnt work im gonna weld them.
 
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