Jo Rhett jorhett at
Thu Jan 17 15:23:44 PST 2008

If you buy the woodcraft and don't like them, I'll buy them off you  
for spares.

Best price I've gotten was with vietsperformance,

You'll probably have to e-mail them with the specific part number.   
Annoying, but will save you $10 - $20.
jeff at

On Jan 17, 2008, at 2:20 PM, Erik Weber wrote:
> Thanks a lot Jo, I will take a look.
> Yeah, it's a real battle for me between peg height and knee comfort
> too. I have a 33-inch inseam. I rode (or tried to ride at least) on an
> AMA racer's 600 not long ago (it had no seat, just a pad) and I felt
> like a pretzel. I later measured the distance from top of seat to pegs
> and my SV was 2 full inches more. I was told that pro racers don't use
> seats. What the hell does Ruben Xaus do? :)
> On 1/17/08, Jo Rhett <jorhett at> wrote:
>> On Jan 17, 2008, at 11:12 AM, Erik Weber wrote:
>>> I have adapters, 1 inch up and 1 inch back. The most I've seen
>>> rearsets offer is 1.5 inches up and 1 inch back (or was it 1 inch up
>>> and 1.5 inches back?). I guess that half inch will maybe make the
>>> difference. But, unlike everyone else I guess, I like my folding  
>>> pegs.
>>> I haven't seen any rearsets that let you keep the stock (or OEM
>>> replacement) pegs. Maybe I should look again.
>> Oh there are others that go higher.  PP Tuning, OSF and Vortex are
>> all adjustable and will go significantly higher than that.  I'm
>> having trouble getting the Vortex low enough to make my knees happy.
>> As far as stock pegs, get the Woodcraft high-mount rearsets.  They
>> work with stock everything except the longer shift bar.
>> --
>> Jo Rhett /  velociRaptor Racing
>> #553 WERA West / AFM
>> #5 SMRRC

Jo Rhett /  velociRaptor Racing
#553 WERA West / AFM

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