I used the CRF250 RALLY 50 this time as it was a good impression by attaching the same thing to another car before.
Because there is no application, it is judged that it is the same as CRF 250L, ordering is in-kind.
As a result, installation is possible, direction and height are fine but there is some play. Thickness 1 mm or less - 11 Pie Washer is available. Because Tension is pretty effective at Spring, it will not bother you depending on the person even if it is not installed.
Width is NORMAL ratio Plus 4 mm, Length is Minus 5 mm, weight is 275 Gram for NORMAL 230 Gram.
Stopper shape differs from NORMAL. Normal peg is fallen downwards While the Stopper hits the pedestal surface, diverted Peg falls under the line.
Normal peg of RALLY 50 is well done with a sense of stability without sliding in the mud. I think that the finish is close to the full mark except for cheesy things. Peg of this time also has weight increase and may not worth paying near 14000 yen. Personally, however, IMS is a favorite with teeth sharp.
Exchange at the same time as KLX purchase
It is wide and it stays quite a bit
If you touch it unexpectedly and you stab it or turn it gaudyly, a hole will be made in the Frame guard.
Well, at that time I am also wearing Boots, so the hole is not a FrameBody, so it does not matter (lol
Because it is Stainless it is sturdy and does not rust, I think that looks and performance are very good.
[Buying motive] Although the stainless wide foot peg of DRC was used before -,
a wide is pure -- more -- being mere -- since it was ... not much comparatively [, such as getting mud blocked easily, / expensive ], the brand name:IMS wide foot peg PRO description-of-item:stainless was purchased as somewhat wide.
The [feature of goods] As - photograph, it is really wide and is a configuration where mud is not easily got blocked.
- Since it is a stainless, it is preeminent also for durability.
[Grading of goods] Although it is a thing good for - emergency, since this is also somewhat expensive, it is considered as four stars.