How to lower your foot pegs
I read on some other forums that you can adapt the buell rider footpegs(part #n0006.1ad) for certain bikes. I decided to give it a try. I bought the pegs from a dealer on ebay. They cost $25 shipped, about $30 from the dealer. The buell pegs are a bit different than the 10s and need moderate modification. An easy task with a bench grinder and a dremel. The problem is they are too wide, too deep and the bolt hole is to small. I opened to bolt hole with a drill bit the size of the stock 06 10 bolt. Then it was a lot of trail and error with the bench grinder to get them just right. you have to remove a good bit of material from the back, top and bottom of the pegs. Fortunately they are very thick and have plenty of material. I ground them down to fit, installed the bolt and clip and then readjusted the shift lever and brake lever. It probably took me an hour to 1 1/2 hours and that was because I tried to dremel it before going with the bench grinder. (that was a lot faster). For $25 and a hour of time you get a minimum of 1" lower pegs. They are noticeably more comfortable than stock. After everything is back together remove the peg feelers and you are ready to go.