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Ok, made a set like this for my 600w electric scooter so...why not the 125...
Went to the local Yamaha shop and went through their take off box...found lots of these peg sets in the box...they sold me a pair for $15.00..two pair for $20...had to add my own bolts and nuts and spacers....Went to the father in laws barn and dug out some 2 ½ , 3/16" flat steel...found a small length of 3" big enough to make two side plates...Then the rest was careful measuring and figuring, cutting, and pacing holes where they were needed...welded the two end plates on the cross piece and then started whittling away at the arc necessary to fit around the lower neck cover...that was time consuming..but...not hard...also ended up making a little notch for the battery box tab just in case...then..some rust treatment and a couple of coats of rustoleum flat black...
The only thing that I did't like was the way the two deck bolts had to go in at a bit of a forward angle..looked at pressing my metal floor plate to mach the angle but it was way to much I used two ⅛" pieces of 3/16" black fuel hose to put under the bolt head washers...make it look better but the bolts are still cocked off to the back slightly...I guess I can live with it...
Total cost was about $25.00...and a day and a half of piddling...

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Fri Jun 10, 2016 5:45 am

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Post Re: MADE zuma 125 HIGHWAY BARS CHEAP...
love them, that looks awesome

Sun Jun 12, 2016 2:53 am
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Location: Deer Park, Tx
scooters and mods: 2011 Zuma 125 - Duel headlight, Cut beaver tail, Koso tail on order
Post Re: MADE zuma 125 HIGHWAY BARS CHEAP...
I like that. The flat bar looks better then the tube the others have. Good work. :cheers:

2011 Zuma 166cc (In storage until I figure out what I want to do with the engine)

Stroked BBK with cam and upgraded cylinder, 28mm Koso Throttle Body, 10 hole Injector, Simota air filter, Hobao Dolphin Billet Super Heat Valve Covers and Cam Cover, Oil Cooler, Aftermarket fan, 12/40 final drive, TST Variator, 9g/11g Ncy rollers, Torque Driver from RC, Koso Racing Clutch Bell, 1000rpm Torque Spring, NCY Torque Spring Bearing, Phongeer exhaust from RC, Michelin City Grip tires, Duel 45 watt Headlight Mod, Koso LED taillight, Innovate Wide Band O2, Koso Temp Gauge, Koso RPM Gauge, Flash2Pass garage door opener.

Fri Jun 17, 2016 4:19 am
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Location: Danville, PA
Post Re: MADE zuma 125 HIGHWAY BARS CHEAP...
:cheers: :cheers: :cheers:

That looks great. Good work!

Rich in PA
'14 Zuma 125 in orange - Enviromoto 155cc w/street cam, Yoshimura exhaust, & KOSO tailights.
'07 R6 race bike
'06 KTM XC-W 200 2T braap bike
'04 Aprilia Tuono street bike

Wed Jul 13, 2016 11:22 am
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Post Re: MADE zuma 125 HIGHWAY BARS CHEAP...
Those look nice and sturdy. I like them!

2014 ZUMA 125 / RC TST Kit / Air box mod

Mon Nov 07, 2016 3:38 pm
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