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Besides fitting Multistrada 1200 footpegs to a Scrambler, has anyone had success finding other compatible enduro/motorcross footpegs?

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SW Motech do some nice wide pegs with the option of a removable rubber top.They also can be adjusted up or down 15mm.
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Thank Dave S. I am familiar with the SW Motech foot pegs. I just wonder how secure they are. I don't feel that comfortable standing on bolted-on pegs.

Touratech also offers their brand of foot peg (link below). I actually think they are the manufacturers of the offroad pegs for the Multistrada. But the price isn't much better than those that say "Scrambler Ducati" on them

Touratech Multistrada/Scrambler footpegs
 

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Thank Dave S. I am familiar with the SW Motech foot pegs. I just wonder how secure they are. I don't feel that comfortable standing on bolted-on pegs.

Touratech also offers their brand of foot peg (link below). I actually think they are the manufacturers of the offroad pegs for the Multistrada. But the price isn't much better than those that say "Scrambler Ducati" on them

Touratech Multistrada/Scrambler footpegs
Had the Sw-Motech fitted since I received my bike in May last year and they are still secure, they are after all made of steel so will still be stronger than anything made of aluminium, the bolts are also made of steel.
 

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I bought some off ebay, nicely made, folding and adjustable for angle. I think they were about £30? I spent a lot of time standing on them off road in Morocco with no issues at all.
 

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Okay...I give the SW Motechs a try. They're also more reasonably priced. Thanks for the feedback.
 

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Update: Finally went for the Ducati Enduro Footpegs, and I am very pleased with them. Oh, and I installed a LeoVince exhaust too.

 
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I used to like standing up on the bike when going off road or at slower speeds during a long ride but a dizzy rider smacked into me at a traffic stop today and the right OEM peg just snapped off. Scary stuff. What could've happened while I was riding? So, thanks to all the advice here, I'll be looking at new pegs right quick. In the meantime, I just swapped one of the rear pegs for the snapped one.
 
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