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    So I'm getting a little tired of my little rubber I'm in the market for some decent rearsets.

    Anyone have suggestions on where I can get soem rearsets for less than $300? It seems everywhere I look, I only see $300 sets. That's almost a new exhaust system.

    Can anyone please help? Maybe I'm just being a scrooge but I just think that $300 is way too much to move your foot pegs up and back about an inch. Are there any alternatives like adapter plates?

    Thanks all.
    '89 Hawk GT
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    - Corbin Seat
    - Unipod filters
    - Supertrapp Exhaust
    - Smoked-lens JDM Front indicators
    - LED Rear indicators

    You can make a set of plates with some aluminum plate pretty easily. There is a picture and small write up on Greg Dunn's page.

    A Honda amongst a sea of Harleys


      Ross!! Thanks for that link. I was in the same spot as Yella, but i was just gunna wing it and try to figure it out on my own/ask a couple local riders.
      You are full of good info man.


        Thanks, I'd like to think that my many years of lurking on different message boards was helpful.
        A Honda amongst a sea of Harleys


          Ahh damn, I was just looking for that writeup and it seems as if it has moved or was re-moved. I poked around Greg's site a little but didnt find it..Anyone know where it went??


            I found a pic here

            Custom Rearset plates. I hand made these, they are 4 position adjustable. The left one has an integral chain roller. They are 3.8" 6061 aluminum and a very strong.
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              Anyone know what footpegs are stuck in there? They look just like the emgo ones i passed up on at the track $22 for the pair
              They would have needed a fair amount of grinding for them to fit though.


                I am most likley going to be designing and manufacturing some rearsets for the hawk...I have waited quite some time for the hiperform varants to become a reality and still nothing, all respect given to Rod...but i cant wait forever..i even offerd to quote him on making them for him, (i am a machinist with 6 CNC mills at my disposal) and i know we could have been competative because i would have ran them on my own time so that takes a chunk out of the labor costs, but , that being said, i have heard have a nice brand spanking new install of SolidWorks on my home PC and i will be working out a prototype very shortly ...I plan on the works...

                Full Adjustablity
                Cartridge bearings
                Anodizing will be doing mine in black
                I plan on using Vortex's aggresive style pegs....if they are workable, if not i can make them myself, just a bitch to setup the Haas rotab...but doable.....

                I may have a working 3D rendering by this weekend, and you guys can give me some feedback on key features you would like to see.....I dont wanna spend 300 bones on rearsets when i am perfectly capable of making them myself...hell if we can make this >>>>

                rearsets should not be an issue
                Lord Squidward of FloriDUH


                  can't wait to see what you come up with!
                  It's scary how slow I am!

                  '88 HawkGT - crashed as all hell - Hiperform subframe, VFR rear wheel, F3 front end, Penske shock.

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                    has theirs for $209. They came with great instructions and fit great. It's worth spending the money unless you want something extreme. 1.375" up and 1" back - you'll have to go pretty deep to scrape those pegs! Worth the money. I think they make them to order, though as it took them about 3 weeks.
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                      Hord sells woodcraft. Thats what i think most of us are running.
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                        Only thing I don't like about woodcraft is you need the stock levers. My levers are old and busted and I wouldn't want that stuck on shiny new cnc'd aluminum. Also my buddy went down at the track and bent up his woodcrafts, I think I'll use cheap plate to move the stock rearsets up and back, then if I go down the plate gets bent not the rearsets

                        On that note, anyone know about a good replacement rear brake lever other than the $70 stocker?

                        And bump the question about footpegs, I think I'm gonna try to make some out of alum tube and grind to fit.


                          I have a couple lil 2 brothers plates that move the stock pegs up and back.

                          Maybe I can find a picture...

                          I run Woodcrafts though, Wrecked, they bent and I bent them back to shape.
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                            TJ that's some nice looking machine work, you get those rear sets put out all sexy like that (for a reasonable price) and I'd be in line to get some!


                              TJ that's some nice looking machine work, you get those rear sets put out all sexy like that (for a reasonable price) and I'd be in line to get some!