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Any of you guys and gals know of any footpegs that may swap out for the stock cheapo non-UE ones (like on my FT)? It would seem ducati wouldn't fashion new pegs just for the scrambler and there may be some aftermarket support for some models that have been around longer. I'm looking for some moto-style pegs kind of like the urban enduro, with a "small" price tag. Overseas is ok, like taiwan, but all the uk scrambler parts seem to cost a fortune to ship to the states. Cheap ducati knockoff pegs are all over ebay, just don't want to order some Chinese cheapo ones that don't fit.
Links welcomed both amazon and ebay
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Ducati has some beefier ones for the Scrambler, as does SW Motech. Try googling it, there's lots of posts about this (many with great pictures)! :D
 

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I had looked at all those, but I am kind of a cheapskate when it comes to pegs.

Was more wondering if any other Ducati pegs may fit the scrambler for a cheaper aftermarket solution.

Thanks all for the replies so far.
 

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I ordered the SW motech ones, should be a lot stronger , look good too,

I wouldn't buy any cheapo ones, MCN were doing a bike test when they had one of the original pegs break, had me kind of worried because I very often stand up on the pegs,
 

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I had looked at all those, but I am kind of a cheapskate when it comes to pegs.

Was more wondering if any other Ducati pegs may fit the scrambler for a cheaper aftermarket solution.
I think someone had previously posted that Multistrada 1200 ones would probably fit as the SW-Motech items will also fit the MTS 1200.
 

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Any reviews of the SW Motech pegs from an actual owner? I'd love to hear your thoughts on if they're worth the price! :ambivalence:
 

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Any reviews of the SW Motech pegs from an actual owner? I'd love to hear your thoughts on if they're worth the price! :ambivalence:
I have them and I think they are well worth the price. Even if it just means no more bruises on my calfs and shins.

They come with two different mounting holes to choose from, much more sure footed on them especially if you like to ride standing up, the OE ones are pretty slippy. ( and weak apparently). I have used them with and without the supplied rubber insert and would buy them again if needed.
Today I have again moved them over to my 1290 Superduke and will have them on like I did last year to go touring Portugal/Spain next month, that kind of says it all.
 

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I have them and I think they are well worth the price. Even if it just means no more bruises on my calfs and shins.

They come with two different mounting holes to choose from, much more sure footed on them especially if you like to ride standing up, the OE ones are pretty slippy. ( and weak apparently). I have used them with and without the supplied rubber insert and would buy them again if needed.
Today I have again moved them over to my 1290 Superduke and will have them on like I did last year to go touring Portugal/Spain next month, that kind of says it all.
Awesome, thanks Hui. Guess I'll have to give them a try!
 

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On my UE I installed old 2010-2014 multistrada pegs with a removable rubber insert. Cheap, functional, and easy to install. 6 months later those are the pegs that are now included on thr Desert Sled. Go fig. In any case it is a cheap and easy alternative.
 

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On my UE I installed old 2010-2014 multistrada pegs with a removable rubber insert. Cheap, functional, and easy to install. 6 months later those are the pegs that are now included on thr Desert Sled. Go fig. In any case it is a cheap and easy alternative.
You're right, I've just taken delivery of my Sled and it is Multistrada pegs on it. I removed the rear ones and fitted them to my wife's Classic, they look much better the her originals and as a bonus they have Ducati moulded into the rubber insert. I've already fitted the Motech ones to my other KTM.
What I will say though is that the Motech ones have a much bigger foot-print (pardon the pun) and would still be better for the guys who do riding while standing up. This style of riding seems to have become very popular as can be seen by most Youtube clips, especially offroad.
The Motech ones have the mount in alloy but the bear-trap part is steel, should have decent strength.
 

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So I got the SW-Motech pegs and they are super comfortable. One question though, does anyone have any idea how to rotate the foot peg mount itself? The peg on the right side is angled slightly upward and the peg itself doesn't appear to be adjustable...

Or maybe I'm just crazy :dontknow:
 

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They can be mounted in two positions right?

Maybe loosen the bolt inside the peg and swivel a bit?
They do have two positions but they are 1) stock height, or 2) 15mm lower. They cannot be adjusted otherwise. I assume there must be a way to rotate the part that holds the pegs to the bike frame but don't want to force it and break something. Hoping someone knows... o_O
 

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That's what I figured. Oh well they're still more comfortable than stock by a long shot. Thanks!
If you fold the right hand foot-peg to the up position for leverage and you'll find the whole unit rotates slightly by a few degrees due to the way it's mounted to the frame. ie. not solid. This is not a fault, well not really, the spindle is tight but left so that the brake leaver is free to move.
The left one is fixed solid.
 

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View attachment 19649 View attachment 19657 So I got the SW-Motech pegs and they are super comfortable. One question though, does anyone have any idea how to rotate the foot peg mount itself? The peg on the right side is angled slightly upward and the peg itself doesn't appear to be adjustable...

Or maybe I'm just crazy :dontknow:
I have them fitted on my Classic and they really good and comfortable.
 
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