Hello all. Thought I would share my experience putting on Karyakyn mid controls on my '19 Bobber. Thanks to this forum, I learned that the factory foot pegs will not work from a Bobber. They will bolt up, but they stick way out and there becomes some clearance issues. I found a set of standard Scout controls off a wrecked bike for $120. Included levers and hardware, which will be necessary to make one complete peg set. Installation of the controls was easy, but can be done wrong so I don't recommend doing this yourself if you don't have a little mechanical knowledge. Brackets are really sturdy and tie in both ends of the frame together, which I kinda like, even though it's absolutely unnecessary on a Scout. I like the controls. They're super strong and really well priced. I'm 260lbs and they don't flex at all when I stand on them. Here's what kinda sucks, the Scout Bobber is not designed for mid controls. At all. You feet will hit EVERYTHING. I already have standard Scout shocks that I've added an additional 1/2" of ride height to. I'm at about 2" over stock height and my feet or pegs scrape if I even think about cornering with any aggression at all. My advice, you MUST get either 12"+ rear shocks or a significantly taller wheel and tire combo (think flat tracker). Oh, and my tires are 1/2" taller than stock too. So then theres the seat height issue. I'm 6'1" and I put a mustang super thick roadtrip ugly seat on the bike. That gave me juuuust enough seat height to make the bike rideable for any length of time. It's still not correct though. I also got Rox (I think) adjustable risers and Ermgo 3.5" rise flat track bars so I wasn't hunched over so bad. I have a solo 1920 seat on the way to hopefully sort out the seat height issue. So, in conclusion, and this is just my own opinion of course, only go for the mid controls if you're either a very small person or you want to change the entire bike. Personally, I knew and wanted to change the whole bike. I like sporty bikes with a "standard" riding style. If it gives you an idea of my style of bike, I almost bought a Honda CB1100EX instead of the Scout Bobber.