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    Re: Lowered Foot Pegs for Trophy SE
    Reply #16 on: Aug 23, 2019, 12.27 am
    Aug 23, 2019, 12.27 am
    Yes they are.
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    Re: Lowered Foot Pegs for Trophy SE
    Reply #17 on: Aug 23, 2019, 01.18 am
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     :062: Thanks!

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    Re: Lowered Foot Pegs for Trophy SE
    Reply #18 on: Aug 23, 2019, 01.54 am
    Aug 23, 2019, 01.54 am
    I have the Knights on my 2015 Trophy & raised the handlebars an inch and it fits my 6-2 body great. :152:

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    Re: Lowered Foot Pegs for Trophy SE
    Reply #19 on: Aug 23, 2019, 03.07 am
    Aug 23, 2019, 03.07 am
    What did you do to raise the handlebars. I'm thinking if I raise the bars an inch and lower the pegs at least an inch it will fit me better, even with the low ride seat. Right now, with that particular seat, I'm able to sit flat footed when stopped.
    Believe, if I do anything concerning a new seat, I leaning towards a Corbin.
    If I'm understanding the sites correctly, with a Day Long seat, you have to send your seat to them. With Corbin, you don't and can get a leather, heated seat for $800! I know, a little pricey but, considering a Triumph OEM heated seat runs around $400, not a bad deal.

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    Re: Lowered Foot Pegs for Trophy SE
    Reply #20 on: Aug 23, 2019, 03.12 am
    Aug 23, 2019, 03.12 am
    I'm only 5'10" and I can flat foot with the inch taller standard euro seat. With the knight pegs it's great! A thin washer under the front bolt of the handle bars gives 1/2-3/4 inch lift at the end. Any higher you'll need longer handlebar mounting bolts is all.
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    Re: Lowered Foot Pegs for Trophy SE
    Reply #21 on: Jan 24, 2024, 08.18 pm
    Jan 24, 2024, 08.18 pm
    I know this is an old thread but I just purchased a set of Knight lowering pegs and could not get them to mount. The rear area of the peg would not allow the pin to be inserted. It physically butted up against the boss on the frame without clearance for the pin to be inserted. I could insert the pin through the front but then would not clear the rear. Has anyone else experienced this issue? Remounted the OEM peg no problem.

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    Re: Lowered Foot Pegs for Trophy SE
    Reply #22 on: Feb 04, 2024, 09.21 pm
    Feb 04, 2024, 09.21 pm
    BTW :  I just learned today that Tralex has a foot peg lowering kit for the TTSE.  ( No connection with Tralex, BTW ).

    I just bought a set of Tralex front & rear crash bars and a foot peg lowering kit today.

    Lowering the foot pegs on my ST1100 really made a difference in comfort during LD rides.  I'm hoping for the same improvement on my TTSE.
    Last Edit: Feb 04, 2024, 09.41 pm by STJIM
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