DR350 Farkles!

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by Ro0K, Mar 18, 2014.

  1. AleksanderTheGreat

    AleksanderTheGreat Been here awhile

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    I should be in for a skid plate and pannier mounts.

    What price range are you targeting for both?
  2. doggitter

    doggitter Long timer

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    Pannier rack as in side racks, or are you meaning the rack in your first pic that I would call a tail rack? Fumbling around now with making a 1/2" tube bender to make side racks and wishing I wouldn't.
  3. tejohnsiii

    tejohnsiii AKA: Dusty Nuts

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    I ordered and received my luggage rack. Very impressed. Fit was perfect. Good instructions. Looks great.
  4. Wadester

    Wadester Rides a dirty bike

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    Thanks for the reply, and Done! "Your Order ID is: #1038"

    I look forward to skid plate and side/pannier racks.
  5. Ro0K

    Ro0K Adventurer

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    For the skid plate we are targeting somewhere between the current aftermarket offerings for the DR350.

    The pannier system is still too far from a finished production version to give an estimate just yet. Once we are have settled on the design we will be able to gage the machine and welding time accordingly.

    Sorry to be so generic but with so much of the design and logistics still underway i don't want to be over promise and under deliver.

    Rest assured we are doing our best to create rugged, functional, high value products for the DR350.
  6. Ro0K

    Ro0K Adventurer

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    We are currently working on the side pannier racks. The rear rack is completed and on sell in our webstore.

    I'd be happy to sell you our pannier system after we finish them! As we make more progress you'll see it here. Stay tuned!
  7. Ro0K

    Ro0K Adventurer

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    Great! Glad everything worked out for you and the mail man didn't add another bend to the rack. Thanks again for the purchase and support!
  8. Ro0K

    Ro0K Adventurer

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    No problem, I'm glad I could help. Your order should ship tomorrow morning. Thanks you for your purchase!
  9. doggitter

    doggitter Long timer

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    You're talking about just a side rack system to go with the tail rack, tight? Not bags and laggage to go with it?
  10. Ro0K

    Ro0K Adventurer

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    Yes. The pannier side rack system is a separate product. Eventually we intend to make some aluminium hard cases that will be attached but that is later on down the road. The pannier system will be designed to work with a majority of aftermarket hard cases and soft bags.

    Our rear rack will not be required to run this pannier system.
  11. doggitter

    doggitter Long timer

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    Ok, thanks for the info.
  12. zaTTaz

    zaTTaz LOUD NOISES.

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    Been quietly waiting from the word go to lump together a pack and some pannier racks and get them zipped over. Getting closer :evil

    Keep up the good work guys =D
  13. Wadester

    Wadester Rides a dirty bike

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    Just as a note for all ya'll:

    "Dear Wadester,

    I wanted to let you know that we were unable to ship your parts today. Brian's wife went into labor this morning so he was busy welcoming his new daughter into the world today.

    I'm sorry for the delay in the shipment and any inconvenience in may cause.

    We will get your order in the mail by the end of the week.

    Please let me know if you have any further questions or concerns.

    Thanks,
    Adventure Rider Designs"

    Congratulations to Brian and his Wife! Hope the Wife and Daughter are doing well!
  14. phoglund

    phoglund Adventurer

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    Pictures or it didn't happen!!! :clap


    Seriously, let's see a picture, My baby just turned 3 months old...so I'm still into baby pictures!
  15. slimy

    slimy Wanabe Adventurer

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    More ADV congratulations to Brian, wife, and their new ADV rider. :clap Is dad already picking out her new dirt bike?? :ricky
  16. polarice

    polarice Former Ice Pirate

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    Did anyone else notice this DR's sprocket cover? It's listed in the FM.

    [​IMG]

    Looks beefy and nicer than the stock piece.

    I wonder where he got it from?
  17. Soldier311

    Soldier311 Long timer

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    If I recall correctly, he made that cover himself.
  18. porterrad

    porterrad Been here awhile

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    Sign me up for some footpeg lowering brackets when you get them finished. One of my DRs is usually loaded with gear for long trips & doesn't see much difficult trail, so I'm not too worried catching my toes on rocks & roots. My seat's already about an inch higher than stock, but my ancient knees would really love another inch of legroom.

    I'd also go for your swingarm reinforcement brackets when they're ready. The Scotts swingarm on one of my DRs really improved the handling, but I'd like to strengthen a stock swingarm for the dirt focused DR that I'm buildng. The Scotts swingarms are almost impossible to find anymore.
  19. veriest1

    veriest1 Grand NOOBlet

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    All I see is a mud trap.
  20. slimy

    slimy Wanabe Adventurer

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    Order# 1042: Frame Guard, Caliper Guard, and 12V Outlet. :clap

    Waiting for the Side Rack System :ear Thanks for supporting the DR350 community!!