Kuryakyn Longhorn™ ISO®-Shift Peg (Each)- Fits Harley Davidson Stock and Aftermarket Shifters

Kuryakyn Longhorn™  ISO®-Shift Peg (Each)- Fits Harley Davidson Stock and Aftermarket Shifters


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Part Number: KY-8021
MSRP: 18.99
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Finish off your set of ISO®-Pegs with the ISO®-Shift Peg. The Longhorn™ has one more O-ring and is 7/8" longer than the standard KY-8004(Great for extended controls). This is for the upper peg in the photo only.

Some modification may be required
Important: SEE FITMENT DETAILS!


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Average Member Review: 4.51 (based on 106 reviews)
Would buy again: 95%

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(4 stars) reviewed on 09/25/13 by
Chris (Capmatic) from , QC, Canada, for a 0 Street Glide FLHX wrote:

better quality then the original

obviously easy to install, even if they look similar then the original they look of much better quality


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(5 stars) reviewed on 08/12/13 by
(bckennedy) from , AL, United States, for a 0 Electra Glide Ultra Classic FLHTCU wrote:

Good looks and non slip

Good looks, easy install and non slip.  Installed the Longhorn on the toe shift and installed the standard length on the heel.


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(5 stars) reviewed on 07/12/13 by
John Holmes (htwood) from , AB, Canada, for a 0 Road King Classic FLHRC wrote:

Nice mod

Installed along with the heel shift eliminator (KY1045) this makes the shifter much more accessable.


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(3 stars) reviewed on 03/20/12 by
sixpak69 (sixpak69) from Chicago, IL, United States, for a 2004 1100 V-Star Classic wrote:

Small is big enough. Looks great.
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(4 stars) reviewed on 01/20/12 by
Lee Baldwin (tomahawkoz) from Port Washington, WI, United States, for a 2005 1300 VTX1300R (S) Retro wrote:

matches brake pad and floor boards, easy install
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This accessory fits:

- all Harleys


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Question & Answers:

    Fit Vic XCT

    posted on 04/24/13 by
    GaryLuepke (GaryLuepke) from , , wrote:

    Will the longer peg (8021) fit a 2012 Vic Cross Country tour shifter and brake?

    thx.



     
    posted on 04/24/13 by
    RHKman from Jal, NM, US, wrote:

    You might have to tap them out to get them to screw in.




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