Kuryakyn Magnum™ Quick Clamp 1-1/4 inch I.D. - (Each)

Kuryakyn Magnum™ Quick Clamp 1-1/4 inch I.D. - (Each)

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Part Number: KY-8073
MSRP: 23.99
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Even though we offer a variety of pre-assembled, clamp-on type highway pegs, occaisonally the need arises for a combination we just don't offer. For times like this, it is a simple process to "Build Your Own". We offer all of the components we use in our kits individually. Follow the easy three-step process and you'll be cruisin' in no time.

STEP ONE:
Choose the correct size clamp for your application. In order to do this you'll need to determine what size engine guard you have on your motorcycle. If you don't have a dial caliper available, you can easily determine the diameter of the engine guard. You'll need a piece of heavy paper or cardboard, a ruler, a pencil, and a scissors. Use the pencil and ruler to make to marks on the edge of the paper 1" apart. Take the scissors and cut lines perpendicular to the edge of the paper at the marks you just made. Fold the resulting flap of paper out of the way. Next, take the piece of paper to the bike and check to see if the tubing will slip into the opening you've made in the edge of the paper. If the opening is too small, repeat the procedure enlarging the opening to 1-1/8", 1-1/4", and 1.35" until you find one that will fit.

We've made a lot of friends with these! Stainless steel construction for superior strength and hinged design for fast simple installation. No more stripped bolt heads!

By the way. . .
- Cobra engine guards are 1-1/4" diameter.
- Frame downtubes on VN1500 and some other Japanese cruisers are 1.35" diameter.
- The curved part of a Valkyrie engine guard in front of the valve covers will accept a 1-1/8" diameter clamp.

Clamps are sold ea.
Important: SEE FITMENT DETAILS!


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Required Accessories:

Kuryakyn Magnum Quick Clamps 1 1/2 inch I.D. - Pair, Part: KY-1001 Kuryakyn Magnum Quick Clamps 1 1/2 inch I.D. - Pair
$45.99 Price: $41.99   
Required accessory!
Kuryakyn Magnum™ Quick Clamps 1-1/4 inch I.D. - Pair, Part: KY-1000 Kuryakyn Magnum™ Quick Clamps 1-1/4 inch I.D. - Pair
$45.99 Price: $41.99   
Required accessory!
Kuryakyn Magnum™ Quick Clamps 1 inch I.D.  - Each, Part: KY-7940 Kuryakyn Magnum™ Quick Clamps 1 inch I.D. - Each
$24.99 Price: $22.99   
Required accessory!

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Average Member Review: 4.64 (based on 55 reviews)
Would buy again: 85%

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(4 stars) reviewed on 01/26/10 by
Bill (MBSABRE04) from Fort Collins, CO, United States, for a 2004 1100 Shadow Sabre wrote:

Used for highway pegs
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(5 stars) reviewed on 11/15/08 by
Vyxstar (Vyxstar) from Williamsford, ON, Canada, for a 2002 650 V-Star Classic wrote:

Needed to install flamin pegs on the Lindby Bar
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(5 stars) reviewed on 09/01/08 by
Road Hog (dhughes) from , CA, United States, for a 0 1600 Vulcan Nomad wrote:

They're nice though a little pricey. close to $50 with shipping and tax. HD has a pair of 3 piece for $20.
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(5 stars) reviewed on 08/09/08 by
Clyde Madison (Clyde2145) from Cedar City, UT, United States, for a 2006 1300 VTX1300R (S) Retro wrote:

Got two different size Magnum Quick Clamps to attach a Stebel air horn to left side down tube frame behind radiator. This clamp purchased for same purpose but attached to the Palidin Highway bar.
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(5 stars) reviewed on 06/14/08 by
Mac (rtmac) from SF Bay Area, CA, United States, for a 2000 1100 Shadow Aero wrote:

I went with the large ISO #8002 pegs mounted on my crash bars, love them! Easily one of the best modifications I've ever done. Great adjust-ability, very sturdy. The kuryakyn ISO pegs are very high quality and much nicer than "knock-off" brands.
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This accessory fits:

Custom Fit - May Not Fit All Bikes
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Important Fitment Details:
Only fits:
1 1/4 Inch Diameter Straight (Uncurved) Tubing. Please Measure Tubing Diameter of Planned Clamp Location Before Ordering


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Question & Answers:

    Trying to order the right size

    posted on 05/08/13 by
    AnthonyTaylor (AnthonyTaylor) from , , wrote:

    Hi my cousin gave me me a pair of foot-pegs for for my highway bars, but the clamps are to small for my highway bars I have a 2011 Kawasaki Vulcan Vaquero 1700 do you know what sizse I need? Also do the magnum quick clamp come with the bolt an lock washer.



     
    posted on 05/08/13 by
    Phillavery from , WA, Australia, wrote:

    hint:- Measure your highway bars ........




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