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I'm wondering if anyone has IMS footpegs on their YFZ yet? Their web site claims they make them, but nobody seems to carry them. My buddy has a set on his 250r, they are pimp. Also like the small alumimun heel guards they make to fit on the back, only one that look good imo. Thanks fellas.
By the way, if you want new plastic, check out LakerCustom. I have a set of carbon fibers on my bike and they look sooooo good! And they actually fit. Looks faster without even moving. :rock
 

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not sure on final pricing, check their website (lakercustom.com) or give em a call. I have the prototype set on my bike for testing and fitting. and they are plastic.
 

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i have ims footpegs and i got them on ebay. i love them
 

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i have a set as well and love them!
 

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Originally posted by tmm403@Feb 10 2004, 01:52 PM
i have ims footpegs and i got them on ebay. i love them
Got any pic's of them mounted on your bike?
 

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If you buy a set of IMS pegs will they bolt up to a set of AC standard nerf bars? Does anyone have any pictures of this setup? Please post.

Thanks
 

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I just ordered a set pegs and heelguards from IMS. When you order both they give you 20% off your entire order, nice.
 

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Originally posted by bowtievega@Feb 13 2004, 05:23 AM
I just ordered a set pegs and heelguards from IMS. When you order both they give you 20% off your entire order, nice.
How much was it for the guards and the pegs, with the discount? Thanks
 

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$310-312 with free shipping.

The heel guards are getting strengthened so they won't be available for two weeks according to the IMS rep.
 

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I just got mine today, they are platforms, not pegs! Just thought you might like to see the difference from stock.
 
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