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Hi All

I had 2011 crossrunner, which was great machine to own which gave me hustle free riding for just over 4 yrs, the only thing which was horrible was the position of rider foot pegs/rear sets. i know honda changed 2013-2014 models and placed it on more comfortable position. So I wanted to know if any of you experienced between the 2 positions rear sets. I am considering to get crossrunner again because of the price there is nothing better in the market of the specs I am looking for (600cc-1000cc single side swing arm or shaft commuter/pleasure bike).
thanks

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Thurn Motorsports do footpeg lowering kits, if that's any help.

I have a set on the 1200 and Mrs Skids loves them.
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*Originally Posted by Skids [+]
Thurn Motorsports do footpeg lowering kits, if that's any help.

I have a set on the 1200 and Mrs Skids loves them.
Thank you

 



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