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Anyone know anything about theses rearsets?

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churchxd
No but if you buy em let me know, ha

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mjh937
It seems that most aftermarket rearsets do not have foot pegs that can fold like the stock ones. Is that a potential problem if the pegs scrapes?

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nokfir2
I bought sliders from this guy before. They were good quality..
 
These definetely have my interest..

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cybmx
I was wondering when the cheap Ebay rearsets will pop up. It's about time..

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pattonme
It seems that most aftermarket rearsets do not have foot pegs that can fold like the stock ones. Is that a potential problem if the pegs scrapes?
depends on the degree of scrapeage and vertical force being applied. solid mounts are much easier to make and keep the 'spreading the ankles' syndrome less.

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pgeldz
It seems that most aftermarket rearsets do not have foot pegs that can fold like the stock ones. Is that a potential problem if the pegs scrapes?
depends on the degree of scrapeage and vertical force being applied. solid mounts are much easier to make and keep the 'spreading the ankles' syndrome less.
True.  In addition, if you put them in the highest most rearward position, you probably won't have any scrapeage because you'll have much better clearance in the first place.  Also, solid foot pegs act as frame sliders in a crash and can help protect other parts of the bike. 
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sorkyah
depends on the degree of scrapeage and vertical force being applied. solid mounts are much easier to make and keep the 'spreading the ankles' syndrome less.
True.  In addition, if you put them in the highest most rearward position, you probably won't have any scrapeage because you'll have much better clearance in the first place.  Also, solid foot pegs act as frame sliders in a crash and can help protect other parts of the bike. 
- Paulie
That laat part is definitely true
laid my bike down a couple weeks ago, only damage was a little scuffing on the bar end and shifter side foot peg, and a broken shifter foot pad
 

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JA50N
Very interested in these at that price point. Who is going to be the guinea pig?
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nokfir2
has anyone bought them yet??
 
ive had them in my ebay cart for 2 weeks already....

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nokfir2
anyone know if your rear brake light will still work with these? (when activating rear brake only)
 

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JA50N
It looks to have the correct bracket for the switch and the spring connection on the pedal. You will have to transfer the spring to the new set though.

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ratlab
i put some ebay rearsets on my wife's R3-they shift nice and look ok,but all i can say is save up and get woodcraft, etc.i wouldn't put them on my bike.my wife wanted them so i obeyed.

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JA50N
What is wrong with them that would make you not put them on your bike?
 

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gregjet
I have ordered a set. Originally I was very skeptical as the "paypal" page looked fake and didn't show a HTTPS link, but they fixed it up to a proper paypal login screen ( with correct html address) and I paid for them. Waiting for them.
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dmrphy03
Any updates on how these turned out? Really interested in them...

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rowdy
I got mine installed last night and rode them for the first time today. I really like them. It took a little fiddling to get the brake light switch set right, and the shifter at the perfect angle, but I really like the position and feel much more balanced on the bike (I have the Renthal ulra low bars). I can't comment on reliability yet, but I'm super impressed with the fit and finish for the price.
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Mr.Puss
I got mine installed last night and rode them for the first time today. I really like them. It took a little fiddling to get the brake light switch set right, and the shifter at the perfect angle, but I really like the position and feel much more balanced on the bike (I have the Renthal ulra low bars). I can't comment on reliability yet, but I'm super impressed with the fit and finish for the price.
I installed some Driven tt's the other day and was wondering if I need to adjust my shifter rod as well. I have little idea what is the "correct" setting...when you say "set the shifter at the perfect angle" ...is that just for personal preference, or did you notice a difference of some kind when shifting? 
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rowdy
I got mine installed last night and rode them for the first time today. I really like them. It took a little fiddling to get the brake light switch set right, and the shifter at the perfect angle, but I really like the position and feel much more balanced on the bike (I have the Renthal ulra low bars). I can't comment on reliability yet, but I'm super impressed with the fit and finish for the price.
I installed some Driven tt's the other day and was wondering if I need to adjust my shifter rod as well. I have little idea what is the "correct" setting...when you say "set the shifter at the perfect angle" ...is that just for personal preference, or did you notice a difference of some kind when shifting?
It was just my personal preference.  I originally had it way too high and I had to lift my toe too much to shift, and then I lowered it, but after riding, I decided to raise it a little more.  Just trying to find the spot where it's comfortable to upshift and downshift and my foot doesn't have to reach too far for either.  The brake lever toe interface I moved back a notch too (from it's forward most position) just so it was a little more underfoot.  Overall, I'm totally happy with the adjustability and the fit, but like I said, the durability is yet to be seen.  I almost picked up the driven TT set, and I'm sure those are in a higher class, but once again, I was hooked by the bargain price of the ebay offering (which doesn't always work out so great), but @gregjet seemed to be happy with his too.  
 
 
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rowdy
Okay, here are some pictures of what mine look like installed...
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sorkyah
Okay, here are some pictures of what mine look like installed... [attachment id=1506" thumbnail="1]
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Nice looking in the tit coloring:)

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rowdy
Looks like another ebay vendor with the cheap rearsets. I think they are the same as the ones I purchased, but... could be subtle differences, and not sure if they are etched. 

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Simbadc650
Just got these in, in red gonna mess with it in the weeks to come, thanks for the feedback so far!

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Redstang4
@simbadc650 How do you like them after a month? Any pics you could put up?
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rowdy
Sometimes it's the little things in life that are the most satisfying. :)
 
I started to wear through the rubber shift pedal cover on my ebay rearset and compared it to the stock one and thought it might fit.
So I bought a couple of the stock ones from MRCycle and they arrived today.
They fit perfectly...
 
The old one that I cut off...
 
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The new one...
 
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On the bike...
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