IMS Pro Series Pegs Fit Problems

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IMS Pro Series Pegs Fit Problems

Post by VTMTcowboy » 02:58 pm Jan 04 2019

I just tried fitting up the IMS Pro Series pegs to my 04 KDX and couldn't get the spring to align properly with the angle of the pin and thus allow the peg to fit correctly? It didn't even seem close. I had read numerous reviews and found that most said it was an easy install. I know that other members have IMS pegs on their KDXs, how do you get them to fit? I don't mind the stock pegs, but with a size 12 boot a little extra platform would be great! Thank you.
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Re: IMS Pro Series Pegs Fit Problems

Post by SS109 » 10:33 pm Jan 10 2019

Hmm, odd. When I purchased my '98 it already had the Pro Series on there. I know on some pegs you have to move the springs to the opposite side. Give that a shot. If it doesn't work, post up some pics and I'll compare it to mine.
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Re: IMS Pro Series Pegs Fit Problems

Post by VTMTcowboy » 09:33 am Jan 11 2019

I am going to give it another shot next weekend when I get back from travel. I'll take some photos to better show what I was trying to describe. Have heard mixed results so was hoping someone else was having the same issue to make trouble shooting easier. They look like great pegs, so hopefully I can get them fitted properly.
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Post by SS109 » 10:37 pm Jan 11 2019

Yeah, they are great pegs. They are my favorite out of all pegs on the market.
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Re: IMS Pro Series Pegs Fit Problems

Post by Skoalman » 02:27 pm Jan 12 2019

I had to do a little grinding on one of my new IMS pegs to get it to fit correctly. Another trick to help with the alignment of the pin/spring assembly is to use a thin screwdriver and insert it all the way through the footpeg/spring assembly. Then, apply side pressure/leverage to the screwdriver while introducing the pin to footpeg assembly -- **may require a tap with a mallet/hammer to the pin for the final drive through the assembly. I've had to use this technique on newer footpeg installs on my vintage bikes and my KDX.

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Re: IMS Pro Series Pegs Fit Problems

Post by B737driver » 05:23 pm Jan 12 2019

Skoalman wrote:
02:27 pm Jan 12 2019
I had to do a little grinding on one of my new IMS pegs to get it to fit correctly. Another trick to help with the alignment of the pin/spring assembly is to use a thin screwdriver and insert it all the way through the footpeg/spring assembly. Then, apply side pressure/leverage to the screwdriver while introducing the pin to footpeg assembly -- **may require a tap with a mallet/hammer to the pin for the final drive through the assembly. I've had to use this technique on newer footpeg installs on my vintage bikes and my KDX.

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Re: IMS Pro Series Pegs Fit Problems

Post by VTMTcowboy » 08:43 am Jan 13 2019

Skoalman wrote:
02:27 pm Jan 12 2019
I had to do a little grinding on one of my new IMS pegs to get it to fit correctly. Another trick to help with the alignment of the pin/spring assembly is to use a thin screwdriver and insert it all the way through the footpeg/spring assembly. Then, apply side pressure/leverage to the screwdriver while introducing the pin to footpeg assembly -- **may require a tap with a mallet/hammer to the pin for the final drive through the assembly. I've had to use this technique on newer footpeg installs on my vintage bikes and my KDX.
Thanks Skoalman. I should be able to give it another run next weekend so I'll try to use this technique.
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