Rated 2.9 out of 5 by 11
Rated 5 out of 5 by Delnorin Perfect fit, 100% Quality Parts
The right side takes some work. You have to remove the rear brake cylinder reservoir but it's not hard. You need to remove the exhaust chrome covers from the pipes to be able to get your allen wrenches in to remove the brake cylinder. You will need an allen wrench as well as star-bits. Just take your time and follow the instructions and it will turn out perfect. Very good quality, nice and happy with this purchase.
February 21, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by TheMiniMadMan Great Product
Great product and the same can go for the quality! I installed these myself in about an hr and a half. They sit close and out of the way when the pegs are up and a great place to occasionally kick your feet on during a long ride when riding solo. Yes as some of the other reviewers mentioned it does take a bit to get the right side on and does take some tool work and some time (sometimes that comes with owning a bike as cut down as Sportsters are). But if you enjoy being a man (or BA motorcycle chick), rolling up your sleeves, getting your hands dirty, using a few tools (unlike some of the other reviewers on here seem to be to afraid to do) you will enjoy these pegs as much as I do. (Maybe they should try growing a beard.)
November 6, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jerry661 Great Value
Bought this for the wifes XL1200CP. I was surprised at the price of the kit considering the quality and everything that comes in the kit. Yes you have to remove the exhaust but just take your time and everything goes together easy. I just disconnected the O2 Sensors and left them in the exhaust. Heat shields have to come off to access nuts on mounting flanges at cylinder heads. I did it by myself in less than an hour. Yes it is not as easy as on some of the Touring bikes but considering the Quality and Value, it is well worth it.
October 20, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by mikeyburden Good Quality
These foot pegs are fine. Well made and do what they are supposed to do. The only reason I didn't give them 5 stars is that they are really really a pain to install. But I guess that is a problem with the bike (mine is a '14 Iron), not the pegs.I had to remove the whole exhaust system and the master cylinder on the right side for the install. The instructions that came with them weren't all that useful, but I found some help in the forums.
July 10, 2015