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Wunderlich rider footpeg lowering - R1200GS/Adventure (to 2012/13)


Part No: WUN-25910-101

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The original riding position of the GS is not universally comfortable for all riders, tall riders have different requirements than small riders.
These footrests are a part of our “Ergo” program of handle bar risers, seats and adjustable control levers, with which we are providing the components for each rider to “fine-tune” the riding position and posture to his or her own personal needs. For the 1200 models we wanted a better knee angle, but without having to move the feet outwards. To achieve this we had to make a completely new footrest. The footrest is made of high quality aluminium and will withstand the highest loads. For better comfort the original rubber footrest insert can be used.
. Cornering clearance is not affected, even though the footrest is lowered by 25 mm (
1”). Sold as a complete set of left and right side footrests.
TÜV approved.

The Facts:
• 25 mm (
1”) lower than original.
• Long distance touring more enjoyable because
knees are less bent.
• Quality materials for ultimate strength.
• 12.5 cm long and 4.5 wide .

R1200GS mark 1(04 to 07)
R1200GS mark 2 (08 to 09)
R1200GS mark 3 (2010 to 2012))
R1200 Adventure (05 to 09))
R1200 Adventure (2010 to 2013)
NOTE: A pair of rubber inserts for added comfort are available part number WUN-25920-000

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