CB750 1969-1978 Billet Aluminum Rearset Brackets

$215.97 USD

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Finish: Anodized Black

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Specially designed to be a perfect fit. These bolt on to the axle pivot bolt and lower motor mount. No Frame modifications or spacers required. Made from 6061-T6 aluminum, these are made to ensure pegs are even, straight and thick enough to provide solid support. Bracket locate foot position under the pilot to reduce weight on your wrist. These also work with or without the passenger peg frame triangle. 

The kick starter will hit the brake lever peg. We use the folding peg to allow for clearance but it will still hit the shifter peg itself on a full kick. We can generally kick start the bike with a 3/4 kick so this is not an issue. You can heat and bent the kickstarter for full clearance. 


  • Made from solid billet 6061-T6
  • Fits CB750K 1969-1978
    • 1977-1978 will require custom mounting for brake switch. 
    • 1977-1978 may require spacers when keeping passenger peg mounting: not included.
  • Come in bare aluminum or Anodized black. 
  • Design to fit Cognito Moto Universal Rearsets. Rearsets in picture are not included.
  • Designed to work with our Brake Lever, Shifter Arm, and Universal Cafe Racer Rearset Linkage Kit

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Joerg Lienenkamp
outstanding design and quality

the design of this rear set is unique.

Matthew Williams
Top shelf

The most aesthetic rearsets on the market in my opinion, very easy to install, and a dream to operate once set up correctly for your shape/ riding preference. Strongly recommend purchasing the master brake cylinder option that attaches to this - they ship it with a banjo switch so the brake light conversion takes about 60 seconds if you’re handy with a soldering iron (or crimp connectors, if you’re a savage and a philistine). The only drawback - make sure you use some Loctite on the Allen bolt that holds the peg in place - engine/ road vibration is liable to shake it loose enough to rotate the peg so it folds down if you simply hand tighten, which made for an interesting experience on the highway today. However, some Loctite Blue and extraordinary forearm strength has it absolutely immobile now. The same goes for the shifting assembly - make sure you use some Loctite on the Allen bolt that screws into the shifter spline or it will also shake loose, which made for an interesting experience coming *off* the highway shortly after my brake peg folded down. Now that I’ve addressed these two issues I couldn’t be happier. I have some low-sling clip-ons and at 6’3 these rear sets put me in a superlatively comfortable riding position. Like they say in the description, even when the peg is folded the kick starter *will* hit the brake pedal on a full kick but so long as your bike/ carbs are tuned correctly it should start on a 3/4 kick which avoids the issue.