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Extended Footpeg Front Fork

Extended Footpeg Fork
$195


 

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Long legged pilots sometimes feel cramped on the TrikeBuggy.

Up until now, the only solution was to get the longer Bullet Stretch version which has a longer Front Downtube and longer Curved Tubes, resulting in a slightly longer TrikeBuggy overall.

Now, with the Extended Footpeg Front Fork you can stretch your legs out and relax!

Previous standard TrikeBuggy owners can also take advantage of this new innovation by simply switching this out for their regular Front Fork.

The TrikeBuggy Extended Footpeg Front Fork extends only the footpegs 4.5" further, compared to the Bullet Stretch Version which extends the entire TrikeBuggy as much as 3".

Sold as a set. Chromed stainless steel construction.

Extended Footpeg Front Fork

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