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okay, so i hear you all say that you have taken off your rear footpegs. yeah, i want them off too, but i can't find a dang store that sells the bracket so my exhaust won't fall off. the exhaust pipe is held on with the right side stock bracket. i'm going to be putting on a yosh rs3 system and do i even need that bracket? :thumbsup: can somebody point me in the right direction. please!

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You'll have to search for what's called a "footpeg eliminator". The guy who used to sell them disappeared. Maybe someone else knows where you can get one.

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Is this what you want?

http://www.tnrdesigns.com/index.htm

I think the Yosh exhaust system for the "S" uses the same factory mounting points.

I removed my rear pegs and modded the right pillion bracket by stripping it of all parts and cutting off the rear portion just behind the rubber insulator with a hacksaw and then nicely radiusing the corners.Then I repainted it to match and reassembled it onto the bike and it didn't cost a dime and has an OEM appearance.Just an idea.

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If you don't plan on using the rear footpegs why not just cut the bracket and leave the rest with the hole for mounting the exhaust. Simple cheap fix.

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Is this what you want?

http://www.tnrdesigns.com/index.htm

I think the Yosh exhaust system for the "S" uses the same factory mounting points.

I removed my rear pegs and modded the right pillion bracket by stripping it of all parts and cutting off the rear portion just behind the rubber insulator with a hacksaw and then nicely radiusing the corners.Then I repainted it to match and reassembled it onto the bike and it didn't cost a dime and has an OEM appearance.Just an idea.

This one by TNR will work just fine.... or you can make your own. It really is a simply bit of fab work if you have the time tools and a small hunk of material. At $25.. though a lot for what it is.. my time being limited these days......I'd buy it were I in need of that part. If your getting a new exhaust,,, get with fitments for an E.. You can get rid of the pegs,and bolt up the mid pipe with out using an adapter

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If you are getting rid of the pegs, I'll buy them off of you and you will have the money back for the TNR part.

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wow you guys are really helpful. i could fab one up or modify whats already there. but your right, at $25 is it really worth it? i'll see what the yosh exhaust needs and i'll adjust them from there. thanks for all of your help.

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If you never carry a passenger, like me, just cut it off with a hacksaw and reweld it back together when you go to sell the bike.

That'll save you $25 right up front.

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