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This is a discussion on Passenger pegs within the Monkey Talk forums, part of the Honda Monkey 125 Forums category; Anyone put rear passenger pegs on their monkey? Wanted to get a seat made for the rear rack....

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    Passenger pegs

    Anyone put rear passenger pegs on their monkey? Wanted to get a seat made for the rear rack.

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    Seems like a bad idea to me.

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    I think you will need passenger springs to go with the passenger pegs!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3crows View Post
    I think you will need passenger springs to go with the passenger pegs!
    Lol. Yeah, and you better get some upgraded brakes as well. Although this little bike is cool as hell it just isn't made to carry two people.

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    Not true, Monkey has exact same braking system as the Grom which comes with passenger pegs. It is nice to have the option to throw your chick on the back and cruise around for a bit. Problem is there is not much room on the stock seat.

    I found some Thailand ones on eBay that look pretty slick:
    https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F183949976023

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    I think I prefer the look of these, and that is just personal opinion. I do think it is ok for just putting around a little bit with a passenger, but it does require more care as it always does on a motorcycles, and especially so on a small bike like our Monkey. I like the upgrade suggestion as to the rear shocks if it is to be done with any frequency. My two cents!

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