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For owners of blue TTRs, a simple upgrade is to fit footpegs from the older white model.

The blue pegs are 30mm wide and the white ones are 37/38mm wide. The wider ones fit straight in wink

Hope that helps someone.

I have not been able to source a sensibly priced set of after-market wide pegs cry

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The Aussie models must have got the wider foot pegs, lucky us smile



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was about to say. my foot pegs are the wider ones.

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Interesting. The UK model came new with the narrow pegs and rubber covers as per pic below:

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Yes mine look a bit small, had a look on tinternet and could only find the following.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/CHROME-WIDE-FOOTPEGS-YAMAHA-TTR-250-TT-250-R-/260836760223?_trksid=p3286.m7&_trkparms=algo%3DLVI%26itu%3DUCI%26otn%3D2%26po%3DLVI%26ps%3D63%26clkid%3D4149417422039551566

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/IMS-Super-Stock-Foot-Pegs-Yamaha-TTR125-TTR250-2000-06-/140619351635?_trksid=p3286.m7&_trkparms=algo%3DLVI%26itu%3DUCI%26otn%3D2%26po%3DLVI%26ps%3D63%26clkid%3D4149453474263416037



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Enqired about these foot pegs which look promising if a bit pricey, details are

http://www.oro2u.com/acatalog/YAMAHA__FOOT_PEGS.html 

many thanks for your enquiry we have these foot pegs in stock and they cost £57.40
 
the area that your foot sits on is 45mm wide and 80mm long.this is then attached to the mounting/pivot point,this has a 11mm hole for the pin,it is a hollow mounting so i think the spring will sit in it.
i hope this is the information you need
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colin13846 wrote:

Enqired about these foot pegs which look promising if a bit pricey, details are

http://www.oro2u.com/acatalog/YAMAHA__FOOT_PEGS.html 

many thanks for your enquiry we have these foot pegs in stock and they cost £57.40
 
the area that your foot sits on is 45mm wide and 80mm long.this is then attached to the mounting/pivot point,this has a 11mm hole for the pin,it is a hollow mounting so i think the spring will sit in it.
i hope this is the information you need
best regards
Keith

Coincidentally, I am expecting a pair of those on Monday to try on my TTR Colin. Will post up some pics when I have them fitted.

I bought some cheaper 2" wide steel pegs for under £20 which fit but are for a different bike. However, the angles are slightly out although, to be honest, you don't really notice when riding with them. See below:

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Brian some feedback would be great  

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I got the stainless steel footpegs in today and they look great and fitted OK. I will certainly be putting a set on my TTR biggrin

A couple of slight issues in that the holes for the clevis pins are about 0.2 to 0.3mm bigger than the standard pegs and they are about 0.4mm narrower between the shoulders so they aren't quite such a tight fit as the standard ones.

They are just under 45mm wide so not quite the 2" I was hoping for.

Nevertheless, I have add them to my Totally TTRs offerings as I haven't found any better wink

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YZ 85 pegs can be trimmed to fit and are fantastic. and 50 bucks on ebay all day.

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Are those other pegs black Brian? They look quite tasty, I'm thinking of a bit of a black themed bike with those sprockets already on the way!

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Sorry Pete - they are shiny stainless steel cry



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Thought I would continue this thread instead of a new one in "Modifications" but maybe should be there? 

Anyway, I picked up some nice aftermarket YZ footpegs (stainless I think), 2" wide X 3.5" long very cheap & of course they don't fit in the TTR mounts (already knew that going in) so I will mod things accordingly.

But I am puzzled by the TTR's right peg/bracket & as to why Yamaha felt the need to put the pivot point with in the body of the peg instead of inboard like the left side (does that make sense?). It seem like the peg mount on the bracket could be closer to the frame & a left & right-hand version of the same peg could have been used. Am I missing something (before I start cutting)? 

 

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If the pivot point was where you want it, it seems as though it would hit the clutch casing when fully raised but?

 



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I fitted some Pivot Pegs, wider peg, and also pivots back and forth.

I found getting my foot under the gear lever much easier with these.

Just my opinion



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KMAN wrote:

I fitted some Pivot Pegs, wider peg, and also pivots back and forth.

I found getting my foot under the gear lever much easier with these.

Just my opinion


 Not cheap though - see here

I have big feet and have no problems with the cheaper stainless steel wide pegs e.g. http://totallyttrs.com/epages/699105d9-e4cc-4b32-b236-84e72cd67f84.sf/en_GB/?ObjectPath=/Shops/699105d9-e4cc-4b32-b236-84e72cd67f84/Products/TTR-0101

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If the pivot point was where you want it, it seems as though it would hit the clutch casing when fully raised but?

 


 I really don't think it will hit the case as the pivot is 45d & the peg folds back as much as up. I DID pick up a spare bracket so if I muck things up I can go back to stock (on the right side anyway).

I did look at the Pivot Pegs, really nice but $$$$. I got the IMS pegs I plan to use for $15.



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TDVT wrote:

 I really don't think it will hit the case as the pivot is 45d & the peg folds back as much as up. I DID pick up a spare bracket so if I muck things up I can go back to stock (on the right side anyway).


 


 No worries, just thought I would mention it so you had it in mind.

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KMAN wrote:

I fitted some Pivot Pegs, wider peg, and also pivots back and forth.

I found getting my foot under the gear lever much easier with these.

Just my opinion


 I have pivot pegs on my XT660R... they are great...

BUT... they fill with mud as theres to much internal structure..

And I imagine those stainless one would do the same...

foot pegs need to be open loops...totaly clear in the centre for the mud to pass though...

 



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davecambo is correct, just purchased some YZ 85 pegs that are noticeably larger than the stock ones (same pegs as my wife's TTR 125 was bugging me) and installed them with little hassle, had to turn the right side spring the other way, still returns. Less than $30 Canadian.

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This is weird, Brian and I were discussing this facet of TTR features just the other day.

I commented that my pegs were standard and I couldn't see why others, including Brian, seemed to prefer wider pegs. confuse

I was satisfied when he told me that it saved wearing your boot soles out when standing up ..... biggrinbiggrin

All his many TTRs have the wide stainless types ------------- SS_footpegs1_m.jpg

whereas mine has the narrow black type ... Image.jpg

Each to their own I suppose. hmm

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How much trimming do the YZ85 pegs need though??...confuse



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I won't know how much to trim them (angle, the pin fit through) until I fix my carb high idle.

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I won't know how much to trim them (angle, the pin fit through) until I fix my carb high idle.


 Got those pegs in yet?!....



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I did a direct swap from my XT250 wide aftermarket pegs and as far as "will it work", yes the swap was no problem. The retainer pins were a perfect fit, but the foot pegs an my '01 TT-R "blue" are very much model specific. the right side mount is a bolt on, so the XT peg is too far extended out to easily reach the brake pedal.


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ttr125 pegs look the same as oe wider pegs does anyone know if they fit thanks

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ebay.com.au

$22.00 plus $10.00 postage within au

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/YAMAHA-TTR250-96-10-GXMOTOR-FOOT-PEG-SET-LEFT-RIGHT-PAIR-FOOTPEGS-REST-/131753705212?hash=item1ead21fefc:g:e5wAAOSwv9hW6MoI

Trouble is they look cheap, I think I'll just add some steel to a spare set I have, then I can make them whatever size I want

Anyone interested I'll post plans if you want

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I have been looking at those on eBay for a while, do look bit cheaply though, look as if they rest on the spring stub too rather than have an inner spring like totallyttrs

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BM Steve wrote:

ebay.com.au

$22.00 plus $10.00 postage within au

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/YAMAHA-TTR250-96-10-GXMOTOR-FOOT-PEG-SET-LEFT-RIGHT-PAIR-FOOTPEGS-REST-/131753705212?hash=item1ead21fefc:g:e5wAAOSwv9hW6MoI

Trouble is they look cheap, I think I'll just add some steel to a spare set I have, then I can make them whatever size I want

Anyone interested I'll post plans if you want

 

 

 Don't waste your $ on those cheap pegs. I bought some and they're crap. The left one wouldn't sit straight. It had a backwards lean on it. I suppose you get what you pay for. I put the originals straight back on. The alloy is cheap and nasty too. I'm a fat bugger and was worried they'd snap too. 

 

 

 

 

 

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Got some back in the shop nowsmile

See here

Really like them, fitted to my own bikesmile



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what year yz 85 fit the foot pegs? should i order left side spring as well?

 



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after research 92-97 wr 250 and a yz 80 2001 are same

 



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I fitted foot pegs off an 07 wr250f. I put the pivot pegs on the wr so when the standard wr pegs were off looked at the TTR and they NEARLY fitted straight on.
By memory a couple miniutes of grinding and they fit on ok. Bloody huge in comparison. Super comfy but the downside is they hang up in ruts quicker.

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Hey all,

I was able to locate these pegs and they are only $140 US dollars, which is super cheap compared to others of the same quality and size.  I have attached pictures and I tested them out over the weekend and let me say, my feet have never been happier.  These are 99% plug and play, as the only mod is a simple one and would be happy to explain if you are interested.

 
Also here is the link to the pegs, the ones i purchased are the Evolution 3's : https://fastwayperformance.com/footpegs/footpeg-products.html/?find=1999-yamaha-tt-r250-3426726
 
 


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Does anyone make a bracket that allows regular for a regular size previous on the right side of the bike? Seems they made the bracket to allow the kick starter fitment but no Kickstarter on our or bike. Seems a better fitting bracket could be used to for normal pegs here?

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