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Jeep Foot Pegs aka the CVS

  
  
  
  

Ahhh, yesterday it was 90 degrees here and driving around in the topless Jeep, I was wishing I was a dude. Dudes get to use the CVS, and they look cool. I'd just look plain stupid.

"OK, she ain't talking about the pharmacy, what the heck is she talking about?", you are wondering. I'm talking about Jeep Foot Pegs, aka CVS aka the Crotch Ventilation System.

Jeep Foot Pegs

When you take the doors off your Jeep, these Jeep Foot Pegs fit into the empty lower door hinge and give you a comfortable place to put your left foot. They fold back when not in use and a rubber pad protects your paint. We don't recommend them when 'wheelin' because we don't want you sticking body parts outside the Jeep and getting hurt. But for a casual Sunday drive, in 90 degree weather, with the doors off the Jeep and the breeze nowhere to be found, they'll keep the sweat down (if you know what I mean).

$50 will get you set, (one for you, one for your buddy riding shotgun) 2 different models available. Jeep Footpegs at www.allthingsjeep.com

 

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Comments

I do not own a set so this is just my opinion. They look primitive and probably asking for an injury. It looks like your foot cold slide off very easily even with the tread. I believe something that had a rolled edge would allow your foot to keep from sliding and to reduce sharp edges. Just my .02
Posted @ Thursday, April 30, 2009 10:37 AM by John Wilkerson
Check out the pegs made by this company.www.tlmproducts.com Very Cool and have all the features that you mentioned and then some.. I LOVE MINE !!
Posted @ Tuesday, July 21, 2009 9:53 PM by Matthew Guenther
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