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Ducati Adjustable Pegs by Aella-Casuno

Ducati Parts

JC/PAK Bikes, the North American importer and distributor, introduces new adjustable folding footpegs for various Ducati motorcycles models from Japanese parts manufacturer Aella-Casuno.

Instead of changing out the stock rearsets for a set of high cost rearsets these Billet folding footpegs are stylish upgrades that are also adjustable to improve motorcycle rider comfort.

These bolt-on Ducati aftermarket parts simply replace the stock OEM footpegs. The Aella pegs rotate along a 20mm radius with 12 positions available outside of the stock position.

Aella-Casuno is known within the motorcycle industry as a high-quality craftsman for motorcycle parts and accessories.

Aella has been contracted and commissioned by Ducati and many other companies to develop and created accessories and parts for their motorcycles.

In some cases they are the shadow or ghost designers. Although they do not say "by Aella" a connoisseur will know it when they see it.

The new footpegs are available for the following Ducati models in clear aluminum or black anodized finish.

Part Number: AE-10062 (CL/BK)
Monster 696, 796, 1100, 620, 750, 800, 900, 1000
Multistrada 1100
SportClassic Sport 1000 S and GT1000
Hypermotard 796
Ducati S4

Part Number: AE-10063 (CL/BK)
Superbike 848, 1098, 1198, 749, 999, 748, 916, 996, 998
Monster S4RS, S4R, S2R 800, S2R 1000
Streetfighter Streetfighter (S)
SuperSport 750, 800, 900, 1000
SportClassic Sport 1000, Paul Smart 1000 LE
Hypermotard 1100 S, 1100 EVO
Multistrad 1000, 1000S, 1100S
MH900 Evoluzione

Part Number: AE-10061 (CL/BK)
Multistrada 1200

The MSRP for the pair is $275.00 USD. Please contact JC/PAK Bikes for information and orders at jc@jcpakbikes.com or +1-626-794-6439. Motorcycle dealer inquiries are welcomed.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling.

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