and aluminum, too.
i’ve been unhappy with the finish on our foot pegs. the brass and aluminum arrives in rough condition. as i’ve stated before, a picture tells a thousand lies. look at this and tell me if one looks cleaner than the other:
because i am a perfectionist, i made a lot of calls and found a shop with a cool owner who blasted a pair for free so i could take these photos. they don’t shine as much as the cold-rolled brass, but you will find no scratches (unlike the cold-rolled originals) and they’re footpegs. the next rock isn’t going to ding them. they look rugged like ******** sasquatch in the mouth with blood dripping and tears in his eyes.
maybe that’s just me… i have visions.
also, if you want shiny stuff, you can spend some time at your spinning wheel and buff them to your heart’s delight. you know by now bM is not about the gleaming blindness of weekend warrior rides. these are pegs that are guaranteed to last a lifetime.
can you see tell the difference?
it won’t change the cost. it’s minimal and worth it for a clean piece but it means those of you who have bought pegs are gonna have to wait a bit longer for them to meet my exacting standards.
the countersink where the screw holds the sleeve onto the inside peg was changed since these pix were taken. those were not good enough, either.
got a problem with that? please comment below and i appreciate your patience. i want you to have the most killer footpegs in the world. not some half-as*ed sh*t. thank you.
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